MinorMonitor is a non invasive way to see what your kids are doing on Facebook.
Target Audience: Parents
Website URL: https://www.minormonitor.com
- When you first visit the site, how ‘trustworthy’ do you find the site?
- As a parent, are you encouraged to use the site? If not, why?
- Is the interface intuitive? Is the website useful?
- How does MinorMonitor help you protect your child on Facebook?
- Any additional feedback or comments?
MinorMonitor is a free service that enables parents to monitor their childâ€™s Facebook activities and friends. Via an intuitive dashboard or email, parents can access a snapshot and detailed analysis of potential dangerous activities such as bullying, hate crimes, drug use and sexual references.
MinorMonitor is a consumer product of Infoglide Software, which is the technology behind the US Dept of Homeland Security Screening program.
– Continuous monitoring of Facebook with alerts on potentially dangerous activities
– Analyzes friend network and identifies suspicious friends
– Dashboard-like view with drill down capabilities
– Real-time email alerts
MinorMonitor gives a parent an easy view into their childrenâ€™s Facebook activities and friends, through knowledge-based analytics. Via an intuitive dashboard view, parents can access either a snapshot, or full detail and specifics, of potential dangerous activities.
The online tool enables parents to get a quick â€œdashboard viewâ€ of their childrenâ€™s Facebook activities and friends.
MinorMonitor analyzes wall posts, photos, videos, messages and other Facebook content to alert parents about cyberbullying, drug use, sexual references and other undesirable activity.
One thought on “MinorMonitor- Protect Your Children on Facebook”
When you first visit the site, how â€˜trustworthyâ€™ do you find the site?
When I first visit the website, I find it very trustworthy. I like the fact that it has theÂ “recommended on” logos, but think the phrase “recommended on” and the logos themselves should be bigger. Possibly placing them right under the Minor Monitor logo would catch the consumers eye better.
As a parent, are you encouraged to use the site? If not, why?
As a parent, I am encouraged by this site. The FAQs are detailed and would make me feel comfortable using this program. If I had multiple children, however, it would be a problem, since you can only monitor one child. I like the fact that it is completely free and also there are no contracts, etc. to sign.
Is the interface intuitive? Is the website useful?
I think that the website could be more appealing to the eye. Maybe add a little more color or a virtual video demonstrating how the process works. Giving consumers a more in-depth look at how the program works wouldÂ make themÂ more apt to sign up. I almost feel that ithe website needs tabbed browsing at the top to make it easier for people to locate the FAQs, etc.
How does MinorMonitor help you protect your child on Facebook?
It helps by creating an interface where parents can be alerted when their child is involved in bullying, drug/sexual related topics, etc. It lets parents view and monitor their child’s pictures, friends and networks.
Any additional feedback or comments?
I feel that this us a great concept, but they website could use a little tweak here and there in regards to the ease of use and also capturing the audience with colors and an actual video demonstration. This will allow parents to see the benefits of the website. I personally like to see what I’m signing up for before actually signing up.
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