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Monday, July 6, 2009

My Secret Circle Giveaway EXTENDED!

With all the social networking websites available, there isn't one that I would actually want my kids using when they are tweens. Regardless of the privacy settings on these sites, there are ways that they can receive unwanted email or friend requests.

About My Secret Circle

To address the huge online safety concern facing our youth, gaming and entertainment leader, Senario, has created the first-ever secure socially networking world specifically for girls ages 8-12. My Secret Circle is a new plug-‘n-play product that allows girlfriends to hang out online, chat, share pictures and play games—all with mom’s approval.

By purchasing online access keys (USB keys) featuring proprietary technology with embedded browsers and unique ID codes, only friends can connect on My Secret Circle by exchanging private codes. Best of all, it’s invisible to the online world, so the child is not exposed to ads and strangers that are present on most major social networking sites.

The Review from tweens!

I was excited to receive My Secret Circle and jumped at the chance to review it and host a giveaway. For the review, I gave them to my two nieces who live about 25 minutes away from one another, they don't have cell phones and use only parent approved websites. My nieces were floored at the chance to have a fun way to interact with one another and their parents also felt that the safety measures that Senario took in making this product was very impressive enough to allow them to enjoy this fun product. I personally use three social networking websites, and I would definitely not want my tweens using two of them because some of the ad content is immodest. With My Secret Circle, your tweens are safe from viewing inappropriate ads and from unsolicited friend requests from strangers.

Here are some of their reactions,

Niece number 1: " How cool! I love this! This is so much fun! My mom and dad said I can only use it after I do my chores. And they don't worry as much when I am using it."

Niece number 2: " Thanks so much aunty! I love
talking to my cousin (Niece number 1)! I'm gonna to tell my other cousins to ask their mom and dad for this too! "

Overally Rating of this product from two tweens' perspective:


5 out of 5 stars!!





Design:
They love the cute design of the product itself and the packaging.
Totally tween style! They love the convenient clip.

Safety:
As far as the parents were concerned this product is definitely innovative and secure. It gave them a greater sense of security knowing that the kids could only associate with one another.

Durability:
My Secret Circle access keys are definitely durable. However, as with all electronics related equipment it is subject to wear and tear.


Affordability:
They are priced to fit any budget, but your child's safety is priceless.

Convenience:

My Secret Circle is easy to install, there is a quick start user guide that can be downloaded on their website.

Who would I recommend this to?

Absolutely, all parents of tweens!

I think it's so great that I would recommend that all parents who have tweens using other Social Networking sites, make the switch to this product. It's affordable but like of course their safety is priceless.

Now it's one lucky parents turn to give their tween girl their very own My Secret Circle!



One lucky reader is going to receive an individual My Secret Circle Pack. To ENTER please follow these simple instructions:

*Leave a comment, make it fun, and if you'd like to you can
include your opinion of this product!

* US & Canadian Residents Only

* Contest will run from Monday, July 6 through Monday, July 20th. Winner will be chosen via random.org and will be posted on Tuesday, July 21st.

* Earn extra entries by following, subscribing, blog listing or blogging about this contest.

9 comments:

  1. I have a tween and I think this would be great for her. I like that only those with it can access the site.
    partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  2. This looks like a prize I'd like to win!! It would be put to use with my daughter

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

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  3. I follow your blog.

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

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  4. I subscribe via email

    nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

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  5. This looks very neat and most importantly safe!! My neice would love this!!

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  6. This would be perfect for my dauther, thanks for the chance!

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  7. My daughter would totally get a lot of use out of this. And I would feel a lot better about her using something like this than using Facebook... Or Gaia Online... or any of those other sites she likes to frequent. O_O

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