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Use it if… You want to reach a wide audience. Chances are, many of your acquaintances, including family and school friends, are already on Facebook. Since it’s not kid-centric, it’s useful for adult interaction, too.
 Best features: In addition to posting photos and status updates (“Emma lost her first tooth!”) for all to see, you can add applications to your page. Try Bebiki or KidsAge to create mini-profiles for your kids within your own.
 How private is it? You choose. The privacy settings allow you to pick who can see each part of your profile (for example, just friends you’ve accepted or their friends, too). For anything kid-related, stick to friends only.
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