The Essential Pushchair Guide Launched To Help Puzzled Parents See The Light

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This Guide is a useful resource for parents who want to source the best equipment for their baby’s arrival. The Guide is informative but has a fun element to it as well; after all, the pushchair has to impress your baby as much as you.

Mums and dads wanting to bag a stylish, practical new pushchair for their child can now refer to the recently launched Essential Pushchair Guide.

The Essential Pushchair Guide offers parents to be and existing parents, buggy and pram guidance that is real – the kind of information that only parents could possibly understand when looking for a buggy. The pushchair guide shares lots of information about the latest models and offers a parent’s insight into the big pushchair brands on the market.

The Essential Pushchair Guide helps educate parents about concerns relating to safety and durability and offers a breakdown of key features associated with each pushchair on the guide.

The Essential Pushchair Guide offers the following insights:

  •     What’s the difference between a three wheeler, a jogger and a stroller?
  •     What’s a complete travel system and why does it sound like a hybrid car?
  •     What’s the best kind of buggy to buy for the countryside?
  •     What kind of buggy does a newborn baby need?
  •     Are there any buggies that have integral car seats?
  •     How heavy are strollers and does it really matter?
  •     Why is a footmuff an ‘essential piece of kit’?                                        

The Guide has been written to dispel some of the myths surrounding technologically advanced prams suggesting that there are prams available to suit all budgets and all needs. Parents need not feel they are depriving their children by not buying the latest celebrity toting brand.

John Straw, CEO of Net Additions, the online guide company behind The Essential Pushchair Guide, said: “This Guide is a useful resource for parents who want to source the best equipment for their baby’s arrival. The Guide is informative but has a fun element to it as well; after all, the pushchair has to impress your baby as much as you.”

Net Additions has introduced other similar ‘Guide’ sites over the last few months including The Essential Television Guide and The Kitchen and Cooking Appliance Guide with many more to come. The idea is to offer consumers an in-depth insight into the products they are interested in, without the influence of pushy sales people or unhelpful websites.

Editors Notes – About Net Additions

Net Additions has been set up by four online marketing professionals, John Straw, James Wenger, Collette Taylor and Marc Ames.

Net Additions is a direct result - a light bulb moment - that the web (and increasingly search) is becoming dominated by sites that want to sell stuff rather than tell stuff. Don't get us wrong - Net Additions wants to sell stuff too but wants to tell first, to help buyers make the right choice. And Net Additions uses writers who can write lots of great stuff about their own favourite subjects.

If someone’s in the market for a pushchair, where do they go to find out what to buy and how to buy it? If a new plasma or LCD screen is on the cards how does someone make a decision on which to buy - other than winging their way into a salesroom and listening to the patter about the models on show?

Of course, buyers can always go to Which? - but they'll charge for their content.

The Net Additions model and vision is the reverse - all of our sites are .info sites - that is they are what's written on the can - information sites. We tell first and sell second.

Net Additions will be producing over sixty information sites over the next three years. If you like what you see help us do more telling by encouraging people to look at our sites.

For further information:

Net Additions Ltd

Contact: Ellie Precious

Tel: 07876 500824

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