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The Best Content for Kids European Award was a competition promoting positive content online for very young users (4-12 years old).
Now the competition is finished and the national winners were selected. However, your contribution is still needed! So, vote for your favourite entries! It is very easy to do so, and does not take so much time. Help us make sure we are contributing for a better internet together.
How can I vote?
Go to the competition’s website at: http://www.bestcontentaward.eu/
Access the ‘Winners’ section, where you can see the national winners for each category:
Now you just need to click on each entry’s image so you can see it. Then you are set for rating!
See? It could not be easier. So, what are you waiting for? You are a click away to make sure young users have great content.
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— Pan-EU Youth (@Paneuyouth) December 10, 2013
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— Pan-EU Youth (@Paneuyouth) November 26, 2013
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— Pan-EU Youth (@Paneuyouth) November 19, 2013
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