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ParentSavvy.com Turns Two, Reaching Thousands of Families Seeking Answers in a Variety of Parenting Topics
Omaha, NE (July 31, 2013) – In July, ParentSavvy.com, a child health and parenting resource for families across the Midwest, celebrated its second birthday. The site is garnering nearly 6,000 hits per month and has attracted more than 2,600 Twitter followers and more than 800 Facebook fans. To date, the site has compiled more than 200 useful answers from medical experts and parents on a variety of parenting issues, which can be seen in the Ask an Expert section of the site.
ParentSavvy.com was launched in 2011 as an online support tool for metro-area parents, providing valuable information approved by the American Academy of Pediatrics and with additional expertise brought to the site through our regional health experts and parents on a broad spectrum of child health and wellness issues. The site gives families access to more than 40 of the area's foremost medical and parenting experts, offering valuable information on parenting topics from pregnancy through the teenage years. Additionally, during the past two years ParentSavvy.com has fostered an online community for parents to share both the trials and the triumphs of raising kids.
"ParentSavvy.com understands parenting has never been an eight-to-five job and is always there to help, whenever the need arises. It is indeed a very happy birthday," Dr. Greg Severson, Methodist Physicians Clinic pediatrician, adds. "I'm delighted to provide my experience and insight, in partnership with ParentSavvy.com, as the site addresses the most current and relevant challenges in raising children. There is immense gratification that so many are finding this online resource valuable in getting their parenting questions answered."
ParentSavvy.com is a child health and parenting resource for families across the Midwest region, offering information, tools and tips from regional experts. ParentSavvy.com was created in partnership with Methodist Health System and supported by KETV.