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[November 15, 2012]

uKnowKids Partners with SocialToaster to Offer Ambassador Program

Arlington, VA, Nov 15, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- uKnowKids, an online safety tool for parents of internet and mobile phone using children, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with the online sharing software, SocialToaster. uKnowKids has created an ambassador program that allows fans of its product, mission and educational content, to share special links with followers and earn points that lead to prizes.

uKnowKids ambassador program and SocialToaster use a point system based on actions that earn users points, including adding a social network, recruiting a friend, and sharing content on social networking sites. People who sign up to be a part of the ambassador program will also receive early access to exclusive uKnowKids news, content, and updates, as well as invitations to special events.'s CEO Steve Woda remarked, "We are thrilled to partner with SocialToaster to reward active users with fun prizes and increase our brand's presence on social media sites. We have had tremendous success so far, and our ambassador program has only been implemented for 24 hours!" People who are interested in joining this ambassador program can visit and sign up. For the first month, uKnowKids is giving away a brand new iPad Mini to the user who generates the highest amount of points. .

About Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Arlington, VA., is the only company that offers a Parental Intelligence system available for both private-label and consumer use. powers the world's leading Parental Intelligence Systems by helping to educate parents and protect vulnerable loved ones from digital dangers, including child predators, sexting, and cyberbullying. The company's technology provides parents with a bird's eye view of what is going on in their child's social and digital worlds and arms them with unique tools to protect the safety and privacy of their kids. You can find on Twitter at, on Facebook at, and on the company parenting blog

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