MamaBear Supports Safer Internet Day!

Be the change: Unite for a better internet #SID2017

Keeping the internet safe and making the world a better place using internet technology is an ongoing effort and a responsibility shared by all users. Safer Internet Day is an opportunity to “Be the change: Unite for a better internet!”

MamaBear is proud to support Safer Internet Day 2017, and we would like to share their key messages for the Safer Internet Day 2017 campaign with you. Please check out this worldwide effort and join the celebration on February 7th, 2017. A LIVE Webinar will be held and you are invited!
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Zach Marks Launches New Web Series

Zach Marks New Original Web Series

Watch the new “My Grom Life” web series produced by Grom Social creator Zach Marks on and MyGromLife YouTube channel beginning January 17th!

Zach Marks was eleven years old when he first got the idea to create a totally unique, safe social networking site “By Kids For Kids”. At age twelve, Zach launched with the help of family and friends. The new website was met with an overwhelming worldwide response. Today, Grom Social is a thriving global business, and at sixteen, Zach invites you to take an intimate look into his life journey as chronicled in the new web series, “My Grom Life.”

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Grom + MamaBear = :)


We’re excited to share that MamaBear App is now under new ownership!  Grom Social has acquired the company with big plans ahead.  You’ll be hearing from us more with fast response to customer support inquiries, attention on app updates and inclusion of features you’ve requested.

To help us celebrate, we’re giving you 30 days of premium service for FREE with promo code MamaGroms. If you already have a MamaBear account, click here (existing users) to add your free 30 days.  If you closed your account and you’d like to give it another try, register for a new account.

Grom Social is the safe social network created by kids for kids. Launched in 2012 by then 12 year-old Zach Marks, Grom Social is quickly becoming the leading safe social media platform for children worldwide. With more than 3 million users, Grom Social provides a positive, fun, and safe social media environment for children to network, discover original content and play games, all while allowing parents to monitor their activity through the parent portal.

Grom Social and MamaBear’s shared common values of bringing greater awareness of social responsibility and promoting good digital citizenship made this a perfect match.  Our commitment to connecting your family and protecting your children is stronger than ever.  You can stay in touch with us by contacting us at

MamaBear Partners With RoadPoints to Make Driving Safer for Teens

MamaBear Partners With RoadPoints to Make Driving Safer for Teens

The leading cause of death among American teenagers is car crashes, which is why MamaBear is on a mission to make driving safer for teens.

As part of that mission, MamaBear has recently partnered with RoadPoints, a new mobile app that challenges teens to drive safely while providing parents with tools to encourage their kids to be safe on the road.

What Is RoadPoints?

RoadPoints is a new mobile app for teen drivers to install and their parents to sponsor and use an online dashboard to incentivize good driving.

Pay your kids to drive safe with RoadPoints

The teen’s version of the app collects data as the teen drives. It tracks speed, location, and harsh starts and stops and uses the data to create a Driver’s Report Card. The Driver’s Report Card is then shared with parents through email.

The parent’s web dashboard and email gives a full report on the teen’s driving habits. Parents can check their teen’s overall driving score as well as see where they were when an infraction happened.  Based on the data and the type of good driving they’d like to see, parents  reward their teen for practicing safe driving habits with a deposit right to their PayPal account.

The RoadPoints app is an effective way to encourage safe driving in teens because it acts as a gamification and reward system.

Teens want to improve their driving score by driving more safely for quick and easy payment. Parents set up the app to give monetary rewards to teens when they achieve and maintain a high level of driving safety.

Why Is RoadPoints So Important?

New teen driver

If you have a teen on the road or are just about to pass the keys over to a new driver, you must equip them with the knowledge and support they need to be safe on the road.

You need to review common driving mistakes, set driving rules, and discuss the most common driving distractions.

And, you need to give them tools to follow this plan. RoadPoints allows you to do this. With recent release, they are offering in-car beacons to prohibit using the phone while driving.

It Promotes Safety — Each year, around 2,500 teens die in car accidents. Poor driving habits and distractions are common causes of these accidents. RoadPoints helps your teen see their driving mistakes and receive an incentive for correcting them, encouraging them to be better drivers.

It Encourages Teens to Slow Down — Speeding causes 40% of fatal car accidents. RoadPoints includes speed limit monitoring that tracks your teen’s speeding and notifies you (and them) when they speed, allowing you both to address unsafe driving speeds.

It Keeps Your Auto Insurance Rates Low — Proper driving habits keep your teen safe and also help keep your car insurance rates low. Helping your teen keep a clean driving records (which is also free from speeding tickets) will help you receive the best car insurance rates.

So, join us in the mission to make driving safer for teens by trying RoadPoints.

How to Sign Up for RoadPoint’s Free Beta Group

RoadPoints is currently accepting parent and teen users for their beta group. Participants will get three months of free access to RoadPoint, get to be a part of the pre-released versions, and be able to provide valuable feedback that will help shape the future of RoadPoints.

To sign up, visit