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Helping Jewish Women Do It All


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Imamother.com sends prospective members a short questionnaire to ensure that all members are married, Orthodox Jewish women, in order to maintain a certain level of security and comfort for its 15,000 members.  The site is clearly a favorite among Jewish mothers, getting 150,000 unique page visits monthly from locations worldwide including the United States, England, Belgium and Russia.  With the ability to create both public and private forums, chat with other members, maintain a personal recipe box and so many more features, imamother.com is a full service website that is literally a universe unto itself.  Chances are good that if you are a Jewish mother with a question about anything from buying a baby stroller to finding the right summer camp for your child, there is a thread on imamother.com that deals with that very question.

“People have told me that imamother.com has literally changed their lives,” said Yael.  “One woman who was suffering from depression told me that we saved her life as she used the site to get her through the day.  When I hear things like that it makes me feel like all the hard work we have put into the site has been worth it.”

 

Sandy Eller

About the Author: Sandy Eller is a freelance writer who writes for numerous websites, newspapers, magazines and many private clients. She can be contacted at sandyeller1@gmail.com.


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