The 2016 Census counted 3.6 million families with children within Australia and roughly 4.4 million children aged 0-14 years old. With countless amount of parenting websites, books, magazines, print publications to choose from; this can leave parents overwhelmed with choices. With all this noise how do parents know where to go to for their answers?
Our generation lives busier, more stressful lives compared to those of our parents and grandparents. Naturally this can impact the quality of time we spend with our children and confidence with general parenting skills, especially for those without a strong support network around them.
Parents want to give their children best life possible and be the best parent they can be. So, how with our busy lives can we make life easier for the everyday busy parent to give them the tools & support in what is one of the hardest jobs in the world?
We all are guilty of using Google when looking for answers however unfortunately this can produce some irrelevant search results. Google doesn’t provide a micro keyword search on individual articles for Australian parenting articles. Google Ads can also get in the way trying to sell you something that, lets face it, you don’t really want. In the era that ‘content is king’ how do we best support our parents to save them time, make their life easier and give them answers fast?
Kiddipedia is a world first website here in Australia, a revolutionary concept in creating a mini google site for parents allowing Australian parents to access Australia’s top parenting articles from one place. It was created to simply ‘help’ and ‘support’ the everyday busy parent so they could search all the best content from the top parenting websites from one search bar. To save them time and give them answers, fast.
Kiddipedia not only assists parents in achieving their individual life goals to ‘Be all you can be’ and supports parents to nurture their child to ‘give your children the life they deserve and a positive future,‘ Kiddipedia encourages parents to raise their children so they will grow up and continue passing this onto their children, and their children’s children, to help grow a better tomorrow & stronger Australia, for everyone.