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Yoursphere has landed yet another TV celebrity partnership, this time with Jeff Sutphen, host of ABC’s 101 Ways to Leave a Game Show and Nickelodeon’s BrainSurge. Jeff shares: I have worked in kids’ TV for many years and have gone to great lengths to create fun, safe programming for my audience,” Sutphen said. “It’s refreshing […]Continue reading
Not long ago, Yoursphere.com partnered up with the following three celebrities: Victoria Stilwell (visit the sphere!) Donald Schultz (visit the sphere!) Jordyn Shellhart (visit the sphere!) For members of the site, Yoursphere offers exclusive celebrity contests featuring Victoria and Donald. What do these folks have to say about their relationship with Yoursphere? Victoria Stilwell states: […]Continue reading
Do you know about Yoursphere.com yet? Yoursphere.com is a social networking site for kids, run by kids! Basic memberships on Yoursphere.com are free. Once your child has joined you can then upgrade to a Gold Membership. So…why upgrade? With a Gold Membership you’re child will get: Triple the credits Exclusive contests and games 150 bonus […]Continue reading
Announcement: Yoursphere.com has earned the coveted Parent Tested Parent Approved (PTPA) Seal of Approval. TPA Media has North America’s largest volunteer parent testing community, with over 40,000 parents. Consumers looking for high-quality products and services can rest assured when they see the PTPA Winner’s Seal; it’s evidence of product excellence as evaluated by unbiased parent […]Continue reading
Animal Planet Stars Partner With Yoursphere.com to Boost Awareness of Kids-Only Site That Delivers Creative Solutions to Cyberbullying, Sexting, Identity Theft, and Other Online Threats Internationally known hosts of “It’s Me or the Dog” and “Wild Recon” each launch own “spheres” to connect with young fans, share love of animals and adventure through exclusive content, […]Continue reading
As many of you know, Yoursphere has been running a blog campaign with Mom Central*, helping to gather feedback from users. This has also helped to spread word about their safe social networking for tweens/teens. My 11-year-old has been using the site and giving me his feedback over the last several weeks. I’ve asked questions […]Continue reading