Hi everyone! I am writing to share my excitement of becoming Chief BitMom with BitDefender. As Chief BitMom of the BitMoms site, my role is to share news, content, and resources to make the internet a safer place for children through our interactive website and social network.
Since our online community is just getting started, I’d love for you to join the site. Once you become a member, feel free to friend me, leave a message on my wall, post an issue that you have a question about in our forum, or send me a comment with suggestions about our new community!
Then browse our Content Library where you can find information about talking to your children about internet dangers, how to protect yourself when online shopping, safeguarding Facebook photos from hackers, and a PDF download about online safety. Since our community is always growing, new resources will be added to our Content Library on a regular basis. Also visit the Blogs section where you can find my musings about current topics relating to online safety. And feel free to laugh at my first video. Yes, I was quite nervous!
In the next month, we will also be launching a program called BitMoms Bloggers. BitMom Bloggers is a program especially for bloggers and will provide exclusive content to share with your readers and access to the top security experts at BitDefender and leading online safety nonprofit organizations. BitMom Bloggers will also receive free products and giveaways for your readers. If you are interested, look for information to be posted on BitMoms soon or leave a comment below and I’ll be sure to contact you with the details when they become public!
Don’t worry about the future of Tech Savvy Mama! I’ll still be posting plenty here but also look forward to interacting with you in the BitMoms community! See you soon!
Logos and artwork courtesy of BitMoms. I am a paid consultant for BitMoms but posting on my site is not a required part of my role as Chief BitMom. I just happen to think there’s some really good information there that I want you to be aware of. Not that I’m biased….
Thanks for reading Tech Savvy Mama through your feed!
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