Protect Your Teens from the Social Networking Dangers on Facebook



As parents we all have concerns about our teens’ using Facebook. We want to trust our children but in this digital age Facebook can be a very scary place for parents of teens.

Today’s teens are often oblivious to the dangers that they face online from friends both real and deceptive. SociallyKnow gives parents the tools and information that they need, allowing them to decide if there is an issue that needs to be addressed with the child.

Did you know that 71% of teen girls and 67% of teen boys have shared a sexual message or picture with a boyfriend or girlfriend?

And 34% of 8-18 year olds have at least one Facebook friend that they have never met?

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How it Works

The SociallyKnow website monitors the child’s social interactions in real time, flagging key words, phrases and photos that may need your attention.

Any time your child receives a message that is sexually explicit, bullying, verbally abusive, vulgar or suicidal in nature, parents will receive an email or text message to let them know.

Alerts are also sent any time your child receives a new “friend” request, tagged in a new photo and where your child is “checking in” on Facebook.

“Our subscribers tell us they love the fact that SociallyKnow sifts through all the chatter on their teen’s Facebook pages to pinpoint the areas of greatest concern,” said Dawson.  “Very few parents are interested in ‘spying’ on their kids.  They just want to know when there’s a potential for harm, before it’s too late.”

About SociallyKnow

SociallyKnow helps good parents, parent better by monitoring social interactions in real time. The site can be accessed via any device and is not dependent on the device used to access the social media website. SociallyKnow does not capture keystrokes, but rather monitors messages and photos posted to and from your child’s Facebook page.

SociallyKnow is offering a free 30 day trial of their social media activity monitor.

Now every parent with a social networking teen can experience the benefits!

Visit to sign up for your free trial today

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