In our blog post series “The people behind Momio” we regularly introduce you to our valued staff members. Our Community Managers combined with our safety mechanisms are our number one cause of pride and the reason we can call Momio a safe social media for children.
Last time we interviewed Johanna, our Swedish Community Manager. Now it is time for you to meet me. My name is Lill and I am the German Community Manager & Campaign Management Supporter.
What is your background?
Guten Tag! ;) Spending my tween years in Germany, I have struggled with conservative views on social media and digital innovation. Moving to Copenhagen felt like such a relief – finally I could think forward. ;)
I pretty much started working for Momio right after I finished my Bachelor in Humanities & Communications at Roskilde University Center in 2013. During my studies I have developed an enormous interest in online communication and behaviour. It was only natural to proceed a career in this field and Momio, a social media for children, is the perfect workplace for me.
What are your tasks at Momio?
I work close to our young users, monitor their behaviour and guide them towards safer online behaviour. Just like children learn how to socialize with peers offline, children need to learn how to navigate their online life. As Community Manager for Momio, I teach kids how to talk and treat each other online and how to protect one’s privacy. Basically I make sure children understand that offline rules also apply online. I also communicate Momio’s safety mechanism, teaching methods and (funny) user insights via Twitter.
Another part of my job is helping our Campaign Manager Elsbeth when needed. On Momio we hand pick our advertising partners and copywrite content for branded campaigns ourselves. This way we can guarantee that all branded content is appropriate and suited for our young users.
Why do you like working at Momio?
Momio is a great workplace, because the working atmosphere is very friendly – almost family like. Also you get the opportunity to think outside the box, grow into new tasks and take on more responsibility.
Besides this, I love our users: we have so many creative, talented and caring users that lighten up even the darkest winter days at the office.