TeetheMe takes guesswork out of raising a newborn

Although babies are cute and cuddly, being a new parent is not easy, especially when it comes to researching, locating and purchasing everyday items that all the baby books say are necessary. TeetheMe makes this process easier by taking guesswork out of the equation and providing new parents with the best products on the market.

For monthly recurring payments of $24, subscribers will get a box each month that contains four to five high-quality items specifically curated with newborns in mind. The boxes are designed by savvy, experienced moms who know quality baby products when they see them. Each box is customized with varying items dependent on the age of the the customer’s child.

By subscribing to TeetheMe, individuals can become part of the company’s community in which individuals can rate and review products and share experiences to help new parents raise their children in the best and safest way possible. The Teether Social Network also allows moms and dads to share pictures of their babies, learn about sleep schedules and find important information that can only be passed down from experienced parents.

Raising a newborn boy or girl can be a daunting task for the inexperienced. For this reason, more baby-related companies are likely to emerge in the rapidly expanding subscription commerce market.

For companies like TeetheMe, it will become increasingly vital to stand out. To do so, decision-makers should consider implementing an advanced subscription management platform that provides executives with real-time feedback into customer activity. By knowing this critical information, managers can make changes on the fly to keep customers satisfied.