Ultimate Blog Party 2014 – Twitter Party

by Susan

UBP 2014 Twitter Party

The Ultimate Blog Party TWITTER PARTY is brought to you by Qustodio

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UBP Live Events

During the week long Ultimate Blog Party 2014, we have two LIVE events… this #UBP14 Twitter Party on Tuesday April 8th and a Google Hangout on Air on Monday April 7th.

Both of these live events start at 9 pm Eastern and run for 1 hour.

Twitter Party Details:

Topic: “Balancing Blogging, Family Life & Privacy”

A Twitter Party to share ideas and helpful tips for blogging parents as well as talk about digital parenting and online safety tips.

When: Tuesday April 8th from 9:00pm until 10:00pm Eastern

Where: Hashtag #UBP14 on Twitter

Sponsor: @Qustodio

Panelists: Stacie H Connerty @StacieInAtlanta and Michelle Sutter @PowerbyMomBlog

Prizes:

Qustodio2 year subscription to Qustodio Premium for up to 10 devices/children.

10 Winners

Value: $89.95 Each

Description: Qustodio is the must-have digital parenting tool for your modern family. Ensure that your child benefits from all of the education and entertainment the Web offers without worrying about the dangers lurking behind the screen. Qustodio Premium makes digital parenting easier by allowing you to set time limits, monitor social networking activities, block dangerous apps, and receive detailed activity reports so you’re always informed about your child’s online behaviours. It’s the peace of mind you’ve been missing!

No RSVP Required for Twitter Party – Just join the conversation on Twitter with #UBP14.

Ensure you follow @5MinutesForMom, @Qustodio, @StacieInAtlanta, and @PowerbyMomBlog

What Is The Ultimate Blog Party?

If you’re not sure what the Ultimate Blog Party is all about, find out here.

Get your #UBP14 Blog Badges Here.

Remember to RSVP for the Full #UBP14 Event

This Google Hangout is just part of the #UBP14 event. You don’t want to miss anything. Sign up to receive important reminders and prize information before, during and after the party…



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Susan Carraretto and her identical twin, Janice Croze, created 5 Minutes for Mom in 2006. Susan loves all social media, but her top addiction these days is Pinterest. She recently published a children's book titled "The Pest Detectives" which you can download now in digital format for free.

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1 Matthew Tully April 8, 2014 at 7:51 pm

I think this is a fantastic idea. At this moment in time we are very lucky as our daughter is only 7 and not getting into areas that she shouldn’t as of yet. In either case a child should always have sort of monitoring when using any electronic device to access the outside world. Not to come across as overprotected but you had full control of your children for the most part until the WWW decided to bring strangers into the safety net of your home. It is not an invasion of privacy if it saves your child or a friend of your child from being bullied or worse or keeping them from the part of the world they are not ready to see.

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