Gold Winners Receive Extensive Print, Online Coverage from NAPPA
The National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) recently named iKeepSafe a Gold award winner for our main Web site, iKeepSafe.org. Other Gold winners in the software/web category were the Waterford Institute and the Massachusetts Children’s Trust Fund.
The NAPPA competition is a well-known U.S. children’s products awards program where industry experts select winners with the input of child and parent testers.
According to the NAPPA’s Carri Wostratzky, Gold winners receive print coverage in the June issues of over 30 regional parenting magazines in top metro markets across the U.S. On top of this, Gold winners receive an entire year of online coverage at nappa.parenthood.com. Carri said this print coverage will be seen by over four million parents, while nappa.parenthood.com attracts 250,000 unique hits every month.
"We are very grateful to the NAPPA for this award," said iKeepSafe President Marsali Hancock. "There has never been a greater need for digital literacy among adults and youth, so we are especially excited that this honor will help us spread our Internet safety message to parents and children throughout the United States."
iKeepSafe.org contains free Internet safety resources for children, parents and educators. One of the newest additions to our Web site is the Digital Literacy section that was created in conjunction with the iKeepSafe/Google Digital Literacy Tour. This tour began in December 2009 and is designed to help families learn best practices for staying safe online. Our Digital Literacy page contains four videos, as well as in-class curriculum, that you can download for free.
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