- the Little Site That Could is Back - a screened and focused, user-friendly source of parenting and child learning information - relaunches today.

South Pasadena, CA, September 24, 2010 --( - the largest screened and focused directory of parenting information on the Net - is back.

Kinderstart was, not long ago, a thriving online community with over 250,000 visitors and one million page views a month. Unfortunately, Kinderstart found itself on the wrong end of a Google algorithm adjustment, and its traffic plummeted. Following the advice of baseball great Sachel Page, Kinderstart’s “not looking back,” but looking forward to late September, 2010 when an all new site goes live.

The newly designed Kinderstart makes its debut with a refined and updated directory, improved search capability, and brand new features like a collaborative chat forum (Talk About It), KinderGuides, book and film picks, child psychology, and pediatric tips.

Working with the design team at Ayzenberg Group, whose clients include Sony and Microsoft, and software experts from Binary Spectrum, Kinderstart has taken its original good idea, (bringing screened and focused information to the parents of young kids), and married it to a visually stimulating and highly functional Net environment.

Original content, Kinderstart never had any, and now it does. While lots of hyperactive parenting sites are busy blurring news & content, and offering all kinds of advice from all sorts of people, how many have a member of the National Institute of Medicine writing pediatric tips, or Peabody Award winning film directors, and VOYA “Top Shelf” young-adult authors writing film and book picks for them? Kinderstart does.

“Because kids don’t come with instructions” - that’s the company’s trademarked motto. That’s also why Kinderstart has parent experts offering insights as KinderGuides within several of its 16 main information categories. And their number is growing. According to site director Rob DeFulgentiis, “The old Kinderstart was a plain, vanilla directory…the new site, designed by parents for parents, offers utility plus feature-rich content, which is why parents and caregivers interested in the well-being and education of young kids should come kick the tires and see what we've got.”

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Robert Defulgentiis