Over the years Netwoozy.com has gone through a few changes. I started working online way back in 1998. For a time I had a newsletter and enjoyed writing on a weekly basis. I would like to begin once again to provide high quality news and information for people seeking to learn more about making money online, building traffic to their own websites and blogs, and I would like to continue to provide safety tips for parents and children.
There is so much to learn and so many wonderful things we can do online, yet, there are many dangers. If you’re looking to make money online, the danger is you could end up in a constant struggle to find that pot of gold and end up losing a lot of money instead.
Just last week I quit my offline job as I now earn a living online. I now have the time to devote to my old friend, Netwoozy.com.
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For parents, I really encourage you to keep a close eye on what your children see and do online. They can grow and learn and express themselves in many wonderful ways, but they can also suffer from a great deal of harmful websites online as well.
Internet Safety Tips for Teens Using Social Networks
Social network sites like Facebook and MySpace are gathering places for all ages, but some of these Networks are especially thick with kids. MySpace is especially popular with teens.
Today MySpace has almost 170 million users, Facebook almost 20 million and Windows Live Spaces has over 120 million users.
There are many benefits to joining a social network. They are not all bad and just because your teen may have joined one doesn’t mean they are going to get into trouble or become a victim of some type of Internet danger associated with these types of places.
However, there is a need for caution and every parent or guardian should be aware of the dangers and talk openly with their children about the serious problems that can arise from social networks online.
The most prominant danger comes from the online sexual predators searching and targeting children and teens for the purpose of inapprpriate sexual online contact, through chat rooms and email that can eventually lead to phone and even personal contact.
The Internet can be a fantastic place to explore many wonderful things, both from a scholastically enhancing experience to fun and enriching imaginatory journeys.
For detailed help and advice regarding safe Internet practices we’ve included a variety of excellent resources on our right side bar. If you suspect your child has become a victim of a sexual predator, contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for help and advice.
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May all your Internet journey’s be safe,