#Overheard: “My parents told me that my cat found a boyfriend and ran away to get married. I realize now, five years later, that she died”
— watAgame (@watagamecom) May 1, 2016
watAgame’s aim is to equip children with social media competences – this is a big challenge and we have to adjust our approach regularly. We rapidly react to new trends and hot topics, as they spread on Momio, like on every other social media, at the speed of light. We believe it is important to instantly communicate these Momio insights and watAgame’s working methods with parents and everybody interested in social media for kids.
— watAgame (@watagamecom) April 28, 2016
— watAgame (@watagamecom) May 10, 2016
Our Twitter account @watagamecom gives you fast access to digital age parenting advice, updates on the latest online safety trends, takes up discussion from tweeters around the world and grants a fun glimpse behind Momio’s curtains.
— watAgame (@watagamecom) May 9, 2016
— watAgame (@watagamecom) May 11, 2016
We invite you to stay in touch with us and hope to see you on Twitter!
P.S. We love feedback. If you have any questions about our Twitter account or would like to suggest a topic, please do not hesitate to contact us in the comments – or simply tweet us!