As the title shows that it is about family safe content. It is a short post with a short video to make readers easily understand all types of mature/restricted contents. It is important to keep in mind that images are not the only elements that are considered restricted content. Text that is mature in nature is considered not family safe as well. Some examples include articles with s**ual health tips, medicine and products (including medical-related advice), stories, and comment spamming with mature keywords (most commonly found on sites with user-generated-content).
What is Family Safe Content?
A mature content may include any material that is not appropriate for all age audiences. While it’s not a sure test, it is a suggestion that you should ask yourselves the following questions to determine if content is family-safe:
- Would I be comfortable viewing this content with my parents or children in the same room?
- Would I feel comfortable viewing this content if my boss walked up behind me while I had this content on my screen?
If the answer to either of these questions is no, then it must be Not Allowed Content.
Rule of Thumb For Good Content
A general rule of thumb about the mature content is: if you wouldn’t want to share this content at a family dinner or view it in your boss’s office, this is not a FAMILY SAFE CONTENT.
The family safe content is mostly required by good advertisers mostly of Google AdSense and some other trusted ad networks to insure a better traffic quality. Because safe (family-safe) platform is trusted by everyone to get good results and remain safe from spamers and un-mature visitors. And it is also good for publishers who want a good user behavior for their blogs or sites.
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