San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 9, 2007
As an early gift for Mother's Day, MothersClick.com (http://www.mothersclick.com), the first social networking site to offer online services exclusively for building and managing real-life moms' groups, is proud to unwrap their newly-redesigned website, showcasing an impressive host of new features and functionality that will delight all members.
As the world's first site to develop and introduce a dedicated system for moms to ask questions and find answers online, MothersClick continues to build upon this very popular feature by adding a unique "live search" engine, which automatically pulls relevant user-generated content and highlights related answers as you type. Questions and answers also appear real-time and scrolling on-site, which has become a MothersClick trademark. This feature makes it easy for moms to become active participants within the community, learning from each other by tapping into their collective wisdom. Also making a debut, MothersClick rolls out advanced technologies for another one of their early innovations: the world's first geo-mapping system for mothers' groups. Users can now search locally by postal code, and globally by proximity. MothersClick not only provides the free tools to create and manage new and existing groups, but also puts them all on the map for more moms to find and grow their networks.
Founded by a first-time mom, MothersClick has established itself as the premiere social network for diverse moms to connect and collaborate. The new site design and expanded features represent the next big step for MothersClick: a milestone and maturity, offering broader appeal and more value to its consumers and online demographic.
"It's incredibly exciting and satisfying to offer this new site to our growing community of moms," states Andra Davidson, MothersClick co-founder and president. "This is much more than a cosmetic makeover. After months of careful development and inspired design work, the changes are fundamental. Since our launch last October, we've continually encouraged user feedback, gathering critical input in order to improve our services. We listen carefully and we take action. I believe MothersClick '2.0' - as our team affectionately calls it - is setting a new benchmark for other sites trying to appeal to the same audience."
By focusing on group-building and knowledge-sharing, MothersClick is working according to its motto: Making sure that new moms are "connecting, learning, and sharing" with each other, both online and offline, in the true spirit of community.
MothersClick was created by a mom, for moms, and that's another attribute making the site so special. By understanding the needs of the community and by holding a direct affinity with the membership, she gains from personal insight. As president, she plays an active role by bringing her experience and expertise to influence all new developments.
According to Davidson, "By watching the industry moves in our market space, we've seen a validation of the real opportunity and value that we're creating. By bringing together moms and their groups in a dynamic environment, our community is building the greatest parenting resource by, and for, moms online."
May has already been a very busy month for MothersClick.
Not only completing work on the new site, but also announcing another special project in honor of Mother's Day. Joined by celebrity chef and Food Network host, Nigella Lawson, MothersClick is the proud sponsor of the "Cookbook for Moms," the first-of-its-kind community cookbook and with all proceeds benefitting the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Inspired and co-founded by first-time mom, Andra Davidson, MothersClick is the first social networking site to offer online services exclusively for organizing and managing real-life moms' groups. The site introduced the world's first geo-mapping system to help moms locate existing mothers' groups in their local areas and globally. MothersClick also provides the free tools and services for improving group communications, events and activities, such as playgroups and co-ops, and - most of all - the site helps maximize the value of moms' time spent online by tapping into collective wisdom: asking questions and finding answers to the experiences of motherhood and parenting. For more information, visit http://www.mothersclick.com or email info-at-mothersclick.com.
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