Everloop.com Reveals 2012's Hottest Kids Holiday Trends The COPPA Compliant Social Networking Platform Shows What Kids Want Right Now
LAFAYETTE, Calif., Dec. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Everloop.com, the leading safe social networking site for children 13 and under, has the inside scoop on 2012's hottest kids holiday trends. Featuring the most up-to-date data sourced directly from kids themselves, Everloop showcases the top gift wish-list picks, favorite holiday treats and biggest holiday topics this season.
When it comes to this year's top gift picks, 22% of Everloop members are hoping for some type of electronic device, such as a Kindle Fire, an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. 12% would like clothes, 10% asked Santa for toys like Lego Friends, Furby and Monster High Dolls, and 100% want something cool.
Everloop has also employed a "Favorite Holiday Treat" poll, revealing kids' favorite treats. Hot Chocolate is the frontrunner when it comes to sweet tooth satisfaction, and Candy Canes are the second-favorite holiday sweet, with Chocolate Brownies rounding out third.
No matter what the trend, Everloop has the most up-to-date data on what's on the minds of kids 13 and under. To learn more, please visit www.everloop.com.
Everloop is the leading online site for kids to connect with friends, play games, discover new talents, create and have fun. Everloop's unique looping technology allows kids to join groups by interest, and its breadth of content supports development of core skills including creativity, collaboration and communication. Above all, safety is the top priority and Everloop employs comprehensive privacy protection and 24/7 monitoring technology to guard young users against bullying, bad language and inappropriate sharing of information. Parents can decided the level of independence their child has and which features they have access to with the simple click of a button. Everloop recently launched Goobit, the first mobile social app for kids available for free on iOS. Working together, Everloop and parents train kids to be responsible digital citizens.