Saturday, May 8, 2010

Announcing I am a Yoursphere Test Drive Mom

I have been chosen to be a Yoursphere Test Drive Mom. Matthew and I will be reviewing Yoursphere. We will be sharing our experience with you. As a concerned parent I always want to make sure he is safe. Internet safety is a big concern. I like the parent dashboard. You add your child to the site. Then you can see what they're doing and what they've posted.

What is

It is a social network that is kid friendly. It is free to sign up and use.

Mission: The Yoursphere Mission
Our mission is to provide a safety-first online community for kids and teens through age 18 -- a dynamic, supportive environment where self-expression, creative participation, and healthy peer-to-peer relationships are encouraged.

To help keep our community free of "creepers", Yoursphere will remain in the forefront of social networking and internet safety technology. And through continually updated educational tools and awareness programs, we are dedicated to helping members and member parents understand social networking safety and protect themselves. Yoursphere is the sole youth-only social network approved by the Privacy Vaults Online Safe Harbor of the Federal Trade Commission.

While the function of the site is social, Yoursphere members are encouraged and rewarded for exhibiting good online citizenship and ethical behavior. In fact, helping others within and beyond the community is integral to the Yoursphere experience: a portion of our revenue supports charities and nonprofit organizations selected by our community; we support a members only scholarship program to help Yoursphere members realize their goals.

Set up an account today. Please be sure to include this referral code in your registration process so my sponsor knows that Independentmami sent you: YSMC-0064


***Disclosure-"I wrote this review while participating in the Yoursphere Test Drive program by Mom Central on behalf of Yoursphere. I received a free lifetime Gold membership on, and will receive a Yoursphere t-shirts, and a $50 American Express gift card to facilitate my review.

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