Childproof Search Engines

Search Engine Guide, Tuesday, September 25, 2007 1 PM
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With kids younger than three learning how to use computers (or handheld "computer-like" playthings), the question of which search engines are appropriate for children is a valid one. While parental controls can help moms and dads block certain Web sites, if you're a marketer with kid-friendly products, it's important that these parents (and their kids) can find you via search. Matt Bailey's piece lists 10 sites (the majority of which are search engines) that help kids answer homework questions, navigate the Web, or just search for cool things. Though the focus is not on advertising, getting listed with these engines could net your site a valuable traffic boost.
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