Imagine this: your child is in the computer lab at school, researching for a class project. Suddenly, on the side of the screen, a half-clad woman appears in an advertisement for weight loss pills.
We’ve all seen the kinds of ads that pop-up when searching the internet, that’s where Bing comes in to play!
(Thank you to Bing for sponsoring today’s post. I’m proud to support #adfreesearch in schools!
As always, all opinions are my own.)
When a student uses a search engine at school, it’s highly likely that the ads that pop up not only distract them from their studies, but can also be inappropriate. With Bing in the classroom all advertising is removed, there are strict filters for adult content and also enhanced privacy protection.
Shouldn’t children be able to research at school without all those negative ads popping up?
Check out this short video for more about using Bing in the classroom.
And, as long as we are helping kids focus on the things they should be focusing on in school, how about helping the school of your choice earn credits toward Surface tablets?
Sign up for Bing rewards now just by visiting this page! Just select the “Find your school” map in the lower right corner of the page. Once you find your school, select “Support Your School” and click on the “Try it now, FREE!” section. As long as you stay signed in as you search with Bing you’ll be earning credits for your school. (Helping the school with my endless evening web-surfing? Yes, please!)
Does your child’s school use Bing’s #adfreesearch? If not, be sure to tell them about it and help make your school ad free!