Read our case study to find out how Penguin Young Readers, a division of the world’s largest trade publisher, Penguin Random House, used SuperAwesome Creators to safely grow social engagement with their young audience titles and brands.
With kids screen time on the rise, safe digital playgrounds have never been more critical. Everyone can play a part in making the internet a safer place.
How do recent changes to social video platforms affect online creators? Here are some best practices you can follow to ensure your content is kid-safe.
By understanding what has recently been popular with young audiences, you can better optimize your current social video strategy.
It’s possible to engage kids on social video platforms in a way that’s responsible and compliant. Here are some best practices for brands to do it right.
SuperAwesome celebrates Safer Internet Day 2020, with PopJam working directly with schools to create content for kids by kids!
Last week was a key milestone in the enforcement of existing kids’ data privacy laws. And the changes YouTube is making will impact how brands engage with kids, and how kids’ content is funded.
What do kids say are their top online safety tips? We asked PopJammers to share their thoughts.
Children have always used art to explore the boundaries of their imagination whether that be with finger paint, sketching under the covers – or now, more recently, using digital art platforms and tablets. While Gen X-ers might see something to mourn in the switch from real-life creativity to online exploration, the basic beauty of curiosity and creativity still exists on the digital playground.
On PopJam, we don’t collect data on our users. Our kid-safe content sharing platform for under 13s is fully COPPA and GDPR compliant, and we have an active and creative community who love to offer their thoughts on the digital world around them.
We started a discussion about what worries them about being online and here are their top five fears.