Help Spread the word about Popkids!!

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Help Us Spread the Word

We’d love your help getting the word out about Popkids!

Below you will find resources to help let your friends and peers know about Popkids, including imagesfactoidstweets/LinkedIn/Facebook updates and more.

Post this blurb anywhere you feel comfortable.  Parent boards, kid blogs, websites, anyplace you think we would fit in:

Check out Popkids! An awesome new website for grown-ups, exploring pop culture for kids. Produced by parents, for parents, it’s designed to inform, entertain, and enlighten. Check it out at and let them know what you think.    

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This images could be used in blog posts, for social shares or in any other ways you can imagine:

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Here are some tidbits about Popkids:

  • What is it? 

Popkids is an awesome new website for grown-ups, exploring pop culture for kids. Produced by parents, for parents, it’s designed to inform and entertain.

  • Who is behind it?

These two guys!

Jon Mitten

Josh Beerman

  • What type of content do you publish?

On Popkids you’ll find reviews, write ups, notifications, musings, helpful hints, and most importantly, other parents relaying experiences about their kids and the pop culture in their lives.

  • Why create this resource?

On the day of the baby shower for Josh’s wife, a group of fathers all got together to hang out and let their kids play, their spouses all all the shower.  Jon and Josh got to talking about a movie they wanted their kids to see, but wondered if they were old enough, the movie was rated PG and at the time their kids were four years old.(The movie was Spirited Away)  This led them to a broader conversation about pop culture for kids; Movies, TV, books, games, and toys, where the question was asked:  Is there a resource for these things, for kids, that comes from a different point of view?  Not simply if your child fits an age group or rating system these things are designed for, but, if your child might like, and benefit, from something based simply on the tiny human that they are.  With that idea in mind they started to catalogue their, and their kids, responses to the world of pop culture, breaking them down with a guide for adults and one for kids that is simply based on how everyone responded to what they saw, read, or played.  However, they did not want to just provide reviews and write ups, they also wanted to create a place for parents to be able to communicate with each other directly, to start a dialogue, and form a community based on their kids shared interests that will extend out into the real world.

Tweets/LinkedIn/Google+ Updates

Here are some tweets you can share to help get the word out.  You can modify them slightly for LinkedIn/Google+ by removing the @popkids2017

  • Twitter: Looking for movies, TV and books for your kids and you? Try Popkids! @popkids2017(click to tweet!)
  • Facebook: Check out the new and classic books, games, TV, and movies for kids!  Try Popkids
  • Linkedin: Looking for information about the newest Movies, TV, games, books, and toys for your kids?   Check out Popkids!
  • Angelist: A new site with information about Movies, TV, games, books, and toys for your kids!  Check out Popkids!

While you are at it, follow us on Twitter: @popkids2017

Facebook Updates

Click to share on Facebook.

Alternatively you can share any of the images above on Facebook with one of the above tweets and a link to

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One of the most important things you can do for us is sign up for our Popkids newsletter and get other people to do it too.  We promise not to overwhelm your inbox.  The more people who know about Popkids, the better.

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