Online Child Protection Made Easy with New Web Development Niche

Now parents wanting more control over their child’s online presence can take advantage of a new service in the narrow family Web development niche offered by, without banning a child from the Web or stifling their creativity.

New York, NY, March 22, 2007 --( Myspace, Facebook, instant messengers, and forums all offer children and teens a way to create their very own online presence. With that online presence comes the fear of many parents, from cyber stalking to sexually explicit behavior. A Web development company has come up with a solution to allow parents to have greater control, while letting children have their own, interactive home on the Web. Launched late last month, allows parents to purchase a full service website solution tailored to their son or daughter, where they have some control over how interactive the site is, what features are included, and more. At the same time, having their own unique domain and website gives the child or teen a chance to be the envy of their friends, rather than just another face in the vast online crowd. offers three custom-tailored packages, all including a domain name, Web hosting, and Web template and development services for various budgets. With a focus on family-oriented Web development, kills two birds with one stone:

1. The developers are able to carve out a highly specific niche in the over-saturated general Web Design / Web Development market, and

2. Parents can count on a trusted development team that understands Web trends that would appeal to any child or teen, all while knowing how to design a site that parents can monitor to keep their children safe on the Web.

Some of the features available across the starter, pro, and premium Web development packages include blogs, guest books, forums, chat rooms, photo albums, online games, and more. Now parents have a way to give their children and teens the gift of independence, while giving themselves some peace of mind.

DIWW Consulting
Faisal Ammari