FSM Media

by Dianna Ranere

Yoursphere.com: Adding Friends & Creating Sphere’s


As you have read in my previous post, I am a Yoursphere Test Drive Mom, so for the past few days I have been logging into the parental dashboard on Yoursphere to see what my son has been up too. Once you have signed up your child, you have access to see what kinds of things your child has been doing, although you can’t read any comments they make, you can easily log into their account like I did and check things out for yourself.


My son has been a busy bee and this makes me happy that he likes the site. He has added about 11 friends, a few are children of other Yoursphere Test Drive Moms, which is great that our children can connect as we are.



He really likes the games you can play for points to enter contests. He also likes the different sphere’s and has joined an Animal Sphere since he loves all kinds of animals. He says it’s cool that he can talk with other kids about the things he enjoys. He also created a Sphere of his own, Warrior Fans, for a series of books he has been reading called Warriors. He said it was super easy to create and hopes to get a ton of members so he can chat with them about the series.




I love this, the way he is interacting and creating his own little world is pretty neat and I can see all of this on my end to be sure he is completely safe.


Remember, if you would like to sign-up free for Yoursphere use code: YSMC-0021


Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in the Yoursphere Test Drive program by Mom Central on behalf of Yoursphere. I received a free lifetime Gold membership on Yoursphere.com, Yoursphere t-shirts, and a $50 American Express gift card to facilitate my review.