The Yahoo! Safely team is deeply committed to ensuring the online safety of Yahoo!'s 700 million users—and now they are getting a little help from their new mascot! This friendly robot is full of great advice about privacy settings, coping with online bullying and the best ways to use Yahoo! products safely. But before he starts sharing his valuable advice, he needs your help finding a name and a message!
Want to help make this friendly robot a success? From now until April 27th, enter the Name the Safely Bot Twitter contest by following @YahooSafely on Twitter and tweet:
- A name suggestion, and/or
- Our new mascot’s first safety message
Don’t forget to use the hashtag #SafelyBotContest so we can track your entries. You can enter one name and one message per day.
Our judges will pick one winning name and one winning message. The winning contributors will get a Yahoo! Safely shirt, a shout-out on Twitter, and recognition on the Yahoo! Safely site.
The contest is open to U.S. residents 13 and older. If you’re under 13 but still want to put your naming skills to good use, ask a parent or guardian to help you enter. Get started now. Visit Twitter and submit your entry today!