Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) February 26, 2009
BabyHomePages.net is celebrating its 3 millionth photo upload by offering an Extended Membership package and a photo contest awarding the winner their child’s website free for a lifetime. BabyHomePages.net, a parent-generated baby’s first website platform, reached the 3 millionth photo upload in February.
“The lucky member to upload the 4 millionth photo becomes a lifetime member and their website will reside with BabyHomePages for life,” said Eric Johnson, president of Eleven, Inc., Babyhomepages.net founding company.
The Extended Membership package enables members to receive 10 years of premium baby websites for 0. This offer makes member websites less than a a month.
“This is lower than our original price when we first started back in 2001,” said Johnson.
With the Extended Membership package BabyHomePages’ members will receive all the bonus features on the site including a new site feature that allows members to syndicate their website onto a RSS feed. Members use content from their BabyHomePages.net site to automatically feed other websites such as a Google desktop, a blog or a Yahoo widget.
As part of this promotion, from March 1 to March 31, 5% of the Extended Membership package profit will be donated to Littlest Heroes. The Littlest Heroes Project is a non-profit based organization founded in January 2008. It is comprised of professional photographers nationwide that provide free photo sessions to children suffering from a serious illness. These photographers provide families an opportunity to capture memories.
The largest online community of parent created websites, BabyHomePages, gives parents a chance to start social networking with their children starting before birth. Custom website templates allow parents to personalize, highlight and share family experiences with loved ones across the street as well across the globe. Parents have the option of purchasing a PDF version of their website to print and use as a scrapbook. Using BabyHomePages is also priceless to someone who has lost photos in a natural disaster or emergency. The memories are safely stored on a secure server.
Another part of this online community is TalkingAboutKids.com, a parent-to-parent global message board website from Eleven, Inc. and BabyHomePages. It provides ways to get tips on updating member websites. The goal is to give users an easy way to create a personalized website with many customizable options. There is even a forum for members to share suggestions.
For additional information about BabyHomePages visit www.BabyHomePages.net or contact Eric Johnson at (704) 780-4617.
About Eleven, Inc.:
Eleven, Inc., owns and operates www.BabyHomePages.net, which was born in 2001. They have invested their time into continuing to evolve BabyHomePages.net into the most comprehensive user created website forum on the Internet focusing on children. The group emphasizes the ease of use so that anyone can develop and moderate a personal website. The mission is to create a fast and easy way for parents and children to share pictures and personal content by creating their own unique website.