Los Angeles, CA (PressExposure) May 09, 2009 -- The BananaSwirl Team are happy to formally introduce BananaSwirl.com A Social Network For Moms and Dads.
Let's face it almost everyone who has a computer is involved in some form of Social Networking. Whether it's blogging, Youtube, MySpace, Facebook etc. BananaSwirl gives parents the opportunity to communicate with each other, to learn share and grow.
The Mission of BananaSwirl is to build a network with, for and about parents. What better way to get advise on parenting than from parents all over the world.
BananaSwirl.com will be offering a place for parents to chat, blog, post videos, post pictures etc.
Some of the things that will differ BananaSwirl from other Parenting Websites are the features offered. Bananaswirl currently offers the Banana "Trading Post". "Trading Post" is a place where members can buy sell or trade new or used Child, and Parenting related products. Another Feature offered is "Sitter Search". "Sitter Search" will allow members the opportunity to search their local area for babysitters or nannies. Although BananaSwirl does not interview, promote, sponsor or endorse any for any of the sitters or nannies listed(sitters and nannies are paying advertisers), members will have the right to review the sitters, or nannies making a positive or negative post based on the their experience. BananaSwirl will also have members doing product reviews and interviews.
A census conducted a few years back(2004) shows the The United States had an estimated 5.5 million "stay-at-home" parents -- 5.4 million moms and 98,000 dads, according to a report released by the U.S. Census Bureau. It contains the Census Bureau's first-ever analysis of stay-at-home parents. These numbers have grown significantly since then.
Although companies like "Twitter" are exploding, and you can't go a day with out hearing about them, how much can you really learn about someone in 140 characters? BananaSwirl wants to give parents the opportunity to actually get to know other parents. Check out BananaSwirl.com and see "What's Swirling" in the community.