Newark, NJ (PRWEB) October 2, 2007
Babyspaces.com today announced the beta launch of a social networking site geared towards parents and grandparents who want to share photos and stories of their babies with friends and family all over the world. Additionally, Babyspaces.com is a convenient way for parents to meet other parents online and connect with them to discuss baby stories and parenting tips.
"When I became a new parent, I went out on the Internet to find out if other parents were facing the same things I did," says BabySpaces.com founder Alex Soto. "It was only a matter of time before I realized that social networking was the perfect vehicle for proud parents to share photos and stories about their babies with others, while contributing to an ever-growing source of parenting information."
Babyspaces.com members can:
- Post stories, thoughts and comments, with the ability to include embedded photos and videos, on their own blog.
- Upload lots of photos, store baby pictures in their own albums and create Flash slideshows using photos from their gallery.
- Customize the look, feel and content of their page using templates or setting their own colors and backgrounds.
- Use almost any format to upload videos, which are converted to be played on the site's Flash video player.
- Tag and rate content to categorize, rank and access all the content on a network.
- Set their entire site, including blog posts, photos and videos, to be viewable only by friends, family or themselves.
- Send private messages to other members using a built-in messaging feature or broadcast messages to either all or a selected group of their friends at once.
Beta users can sign up at http://www.babyspaces.com and are invited to send feedback on how to improve BabySpaces.com in order to make it the best possible parent-to-parent online community.
The Babyspaces.com beta site is in its early stages, which allows users to provide input and contribute to the growth of a vibrant online parent community. Babyspaces.com allows parents and grandparents to share their baby stories with others and establish ties with other parents to set play dates or discuss baby-related topics. Membership is free and open to parents and grandparents. For more information or to register, visit http://www.babyspaces.com.