The GRANDparent Network is a growing consortium of blogs and websites that serve today’s grandparents and their families. Combined, the GPN offers savvy marketers targeted, unique and cost effective media to reach today’s boomer grandparents.
Members: www.Nanahood.com, www.GrandmasBriefs.com, www.GrandparentsLink.com, www.GaGaSisterhood.com, www.Ask Granny.com, www.grandkidsmatter.org, www.GRANDMagazine.com, www.whathappensatgrandmas.com, https://thegrandlife.libsyn.com, https://adventuresinnanaland.com/
Together they reach over 150,000 grandparent readers with news, inspiration, and information today’s boomer grandparents seek.
WHY YOU WANT TO REACH GRANDPARENTS
GRANDparents are wired.
- 75% are online
- 70% use search engines to find information
- 63% shop online
- 30% Instant message
- 56% share photos online
- 46% bank online
- 45% are on social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Yahoo! Groups
GRANDparents have money.
- They control 75% of the wealth in this country.
- They have the highest average net worth of any other age group ($254,000).
- They spend $2 trillion every year on consumer goods and services.
- 55%no longer carry a mortgage
For information on putting the GRANDparent Network to work for your brand, please email Christine Crosby at email@example.com or call 727-480-3601
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When listeners subscribe to this podcast, The Grand Life, they find a place where they talk about grandparenting in a way that stretches us and helps us be better grandparents and people. They end each podcast by saying, I don’t pretend to be the best grandparent ever, but I will confess to believing that being one IS the best thing ever!” Grandchildren bring joy and hope to our lives, and that’s why The Grand LIfe was created. We hope you’ll join them here every other week for a content-rich episode meant to uplift and elevate the conversations we have with each other and the people we love!
I love being a grandparent more than I even loved being a mom! That’s hard to believe because being a mom was all I ever really wanted to do! No, it wasn’t all milk and cookies, but at the end of the day, it’s the most important thing I have ever done. My hubby and I raised six children.
I just couldn’t contain myself anymore and wanted to document this journey of grandparenting. So, starting a blog to share our adventures was the best way to do this.