What is Kids Social Video? An introduction for brands

SuperAwesome’s Kids Social Video (KSV) is used by over 150 leading brands to reach kids and families through safe contextual advertising on YouTube and beyond. Without a platform like KSV, advertisers run the risk of wasting budget on irrelevant or unsafe content. Read More

Ensure kid and brand safety on social video: a guide for content creators

Keeping up with the latest kids’ privacy requirements on social video platforms can be frustrating and confusing for content creators. Further complicating an already complex landscape, Google and YouTube’s record settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) resulted in changes to its platform and required many creators to rethink their approach to content.  In Part One of this series, we broke down three core learnings from the 2019 settlement. In Part Two, we took a deeper look into what has changed on YouTube since last year.  Read more to learn more about how these changes affect content creators, as well as best practices you can follow to ensure your videos and channel are kid-safe.  Read More

Kids’ privacy in practice: In conversation with got milk?’s Miranda Abney

At SuperAwesome, we’re making the internet safer for kids. That mission extends beyond powering the kids digital media ecosystem with our kidtech solutions. As champions for kids’ digital safety, we also work to help agencies, brands, and developers protect children online through insights and educational resources. Privacy laws around the… Read More

Our top tips for brand and kid-safe social video content

A year has passed since Google and YouTube reached a record settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for violating COPPA, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. In Part One of this series, we broke down three core learnings from the 2019 settlement. Part Two will take a… Read More

Women in Tech: An interview with Natasha Mulla, Software Engineer

At SuperAwesome, we’re committed to ensuring that team members grow and up-skill within their team, and the company as a whole. In this Women in Tech series, we’ll be looking at the career paths of various women working in tech within SuperAwesome — from engineers to product managers to everything in between. Natasha studied Computer Science at university and became a Data Scientist upon graduating. She transitioned into software engineering after 1 and a half years of data science and eventually went on to join SuperAwesome as a Software Engineer for AwesomeAds, the only ad platform built for the global kids industry. Read More