In our first quarterly review of 2018, we surveyed PopJammers across the UK, US and Australia to reveal what’s been trending with kids so far this year. SPOILERS: Fortnite and the Floss are HUGE. In January we revealed Kids’ Trend Predictions for 2018 - as chosen by kids and submitted on our PopJam platform. They … Continue reading The top 5 kids trends so far in 2018
Safer Internet Day’s messaging this year is to “Create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you" - and no one wants this more than the latest generation. We’re proud to celebrate Safer Internet Day on the industry's biggest kid-safe social-content platform, PopJam. With millions of kids engaging with hundreds of channels, we … Continue reading How do kids think about online safety?
Children have always used art to explore the boundaries of their imagination whether that be with finger paint, sketching under the covers - or now, more recently, using digital art platforms and tablets. While Gen X-ers might see something to mourn in the switch from real-life creativity to online exploration, the basic beauty of curiosity … Continue reading The emerging kids trend of Original Characters
On PopJam, we don’t collect data on our users. Our kid-safe content sharing platform for under 13s is fully COPPA and GDPR compliant, and we have an active and creative community who love to offer their thoughts on the digital world around them. We started a discussion about what worries them about being online and … Continue reading Kids’ top five online fears
The digital kids (u13) landscape is evolving rapidly. As we’ve seen this week, even for companies with all the technical resources in the world, building fully kid-safe environments is not easy. Four years, 105 people, multiple FTC COPPA Safe Harbor certifications, countless technical and legal reviews by top kids brands, billions of transactions and several … Continue reading Kids versus the internet: why the YouTube problems will keep happening
“Go outside and play” is a phrase used by parents across the world. You’ve either said it, or heard it, a thousand times. But now, in the era of tablets and smartphones and increasing opportunity to have just as much fun inside as out, does the concept of what it means to play need to … Continue reading In an era of smartphones, kids are still doing old-school role-play