World’s #1 Website for Baby Names Announces Baby Splash Monthly Photo Contest
The Internet’s leading repository for baby names spanning cultures and ethnic groups from around the globe has announced Baby Splash, its ongoing series of monthly online baby photo contests. The competition, which is open to babies and toddlers under five years of age, is now open and is based on a publicly visible voting and rating system. Winners will be rewarded with exciting prizes and will be featured on the website’s home page.
June 26, 2009 (FPRC) -- The Internet’s #1 baby names website with over one million searchable web pages representing all major cultures and ethnic groups, has announced Baby Splash, its series of ongoing monthly baby photo contests, according to an announcement made here today. The baby photo competition, which is free to enter and carries several attractive prizes for babies and toddlers up to five years of age, will use a public voting and rating model in which site visitors can choose the Baby of the Month through a fully automated and democratic voting and tracking mechanism.
“Our baby photo contest is unique and different from other similar competitions in that you are the judge and jury,” said Preeti Jeswal, CEO and site manager for www.babynology.com, a complete online resource on the Internet not just for baby boy names and baby girl names but also for their origins, background and history. “Our site visitors who are mostly parents with new born babies or couples getting ready to become parents, are indeed an eclectic group and tend to be very discerning and enthusiastic,” she added. The contest is now open to babies from all over the world and parents are urged to submit their baby’s photographs.
How to Participate
The webmasters of www.babynology.com have taken great care to keep the process extremely easy and hassle free. Parents interested in uploading their baby’s photos for the competition should first create their account by visiting:
Once they confirm the account sign-up procedure by validating their account with an e-mail message and a mouse click, they are all set to upload their baby’s pictures. Parents and site visitors can watch and track the number of votes the baby contestants have received live and in real time. The company recommends that parents submit clear and sharp pictures of their “baby nominees” in .GIF, .JPEG or .PNG formats so that viewers can get a full view of the baby. Parents can log into the website by registering for free and gage existing competition for their tiny tots. Babynology.com will notify winning contestants via e-mail and post the photographs of winners on its home page.