Here’s three opportunities to use your social media networks to pay it forward! Help these amazing researchers get the data they need to tell us all more about birth and breastfeeding. Please share each of these with your birth and breastfeeding communities. How does evidence-based information about pregnancy and birth get shared online? We are…

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You’re invited to the monthly BirthGenius Twitter chat! This Friday, at 1 pm ET (NEW day and time) This month’s topic: All things birth and breastfeeding blogging! Because how we talk about birth and breastfeeding matters. Guest facilitator! We’ll be joined by Robin Kaplan, a breastfeeding blogger for the San Diego Breastfeeding Center, the host/producer for the Boob Group, and…

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              Ok, so we admit it: we are biased. First, we love Robin Kaplan, IBCLC, the host of the Boob Group podcast and owner of the San Diego Breastfeeding Center. She’s *so* committed to meetings moms where they are at. Second, we’re now contributors to the Preggie Pals online…

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In our post on improving the impact of photography on your website, blog, and social media campaigns, we talk about the importance of using images that tell a story. Here’s nine examples from the birth and breastfeeding world – mostly by amateurs or using bartered pro photographers – to ignite your creativity about your images:…

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        I started my morning by laughing out loud at this post on unfortunate stock photography from HubSpot. I’ve been hearing lots of photo chatter lately. Some positive – like our friend Amber McCann’s shoutout to Patrice Jones’s new website. The photography is what makes Patrice’s site *sing*. I can immediately tell…

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Researchers from the Maternal Quality Indicators Work Group are looking for mothers who are currently pregnant and planning a cesarean birth to complete a quick survey. The goal of this phase of the study is to better understand what matters most to women about their care during pregnancy and birth, who they trust when seeking information and…

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  Hello Birth Professional! We are *so* glad to see you here. Maybe you’ve been on Twitter for awhile and are just setting up your professional account. Or maybe you are touching your toes into this social media platform for the very first time. Either way, we really need you and your genius in the twittersphere. More…

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