Disclosure: This post is sponsored by KidzVuz.
A couple weeks ago while I was in New York City, I had the chance to learn about an awesome website, KidzVuz. I was so impressed by it that I wanted to share the details with you.
If your kids are anything like mine, they have visions of creating a You Tube channel and becoming a star by creating videos online. How did this happen? Today’s kids are so much more tech advanced than what we even are. My little guy can put a video together in no time flat and he’s pretty funny too so they turn out pretty good.
The only problem I see is that a lot of the places they can post videos just aren’t right for kids. There’s too many negative people out there that will leave nasty comments that they don’t need to see. Plus, they can come across so much that kids just shouldn’t see either.
This is why I was thrilled to learn about KidzVuz and how they work. It’s a place where kids can go to have their say, safely.
What is KidzVuz? (info from the website)
KidzVuz is a totally safe video review sharing site for kids age 7-12. It’s the ONLY online destination exclusively dedicated to letting tweens have their say and share their views about the stuff they love.
Being on KidzVuz is like hanging out with a bunch of friends who like to talk about the same things you do. Which games are best, what shows to watch, when you should spend your own money…and when you are completely obsessed with something (or someone!)
KidzVuz is a safe place where you’ll never be required to leave any personal information. It’s a site for kids who want to share their opinions and hear what other tweens have to say – without grown-ups telling them what they’re supposed to think.
How do I join?
It’s simple to join KidzVuz, simply click the “Sign Up” at the top of the page and get started. Parents will need to verify and approve the kids joining so watch for an email!
Next, you can actually become a Star Reviewer for KidzVuz! Check out how!
KidzVuz is a great website for kids to get involved in making videos, meeting other kids and actually reviewing products they are the ones using!
Are your kids ready to start making videos?