Parents always want the best for their children. Keeping an eye on babies day and night is easier when you own a good video baby monitor. I was very excited with the idea of purchasing one and searched on the Internet in order to find a good monitor for my child.
The Summer Infant Secure Sight was a best baby monitor that caught my eye. The design looked very futuristic and the price was also very convenient. The baby monitor’s description presented the product to have a clear vision both during the day and during the night, a range of 400 feet, a battery that lasts up to 10 hours without any interruptions (and that can be recharged), so I decided to buy it immediately. I was disappointed to notice that I couldn’t see a clear image of my baby during the night and realized that the night vision was not as good as it was described online. The sound got interrupted several times and once I couldn’t turn it on again. I started to get worried that the monitor might break exactly when my child will need me the most and will be in danger.
To avoid an accident like that, I searched for the best baby monitor online. This time, I was decided to read what other users have to say about the product I am interested in buying. I was surprised to find out that other people had the same problems as I did, with the exact baby monitor. At that moment, I felt really sorry for not reading multiple reviews of the product before purchasing the monitor. If I had done that, I wouldn’t have to go to the trouble of sending the other one back.
Later on, I found a site with plenty baby monitor reviews that I could read. The reviews were very detailed and the products were ranked. The reviews played an important role in the decision I took. Several users recommended the Motorola Digital Video baby monitor (the 3.5 Inch Colour LCD – MBP 36 – version), convincing me to buy one as well.
I was very pleased to observe that this product was exactly what I was looking for, and even better!
The Motorola Digital Video baby monitor has an incredible range, up to 2,000 feet in the open field and up to 600 feet inside the house, while other baby monitors have a range that is limited at 400 feet. The image quality is amazing, very clear and makes it easy to distinguish every detail. The monitor has features such as the ability to pan, zoom and tilt the camera with a remote control.
I am very happy I purchased this one because its performances are amazing, I hope it turns out to be the best baby monitor I could buy. Taking good care of my baby even when I am not around became possible and for that I am grateful. Whenever my child needs me, the video baby monitor notices me about it and because of that, my baby is always safe.
Welcome back to The Friday Scoop, my weekly report of what you need to know in marketing news and top picks that are actually worth your time to read.
This week we’re taking a look at a sneak peek into Facebook’s new Timeline (a major overhaul to profiles), a good look at the latest battle between Facebook and Google+ and more. And, I’ll introduce you to a web diva who is not exactly a woman, but I broke the rules this week to showcase one of my top advisors (and friend).
This week at the F8 Conference, Facebook unveiled the new, big overhaul of profiles–the Timeline (the intro video with the SNL guy who played Mark in the Social Network movie, was hilarious). I digress. So the great Timeline has been revealed and its definitely a major overhaul–one that I think is finally a good overhaul.
Facebook developers have been given a sneak peek with the ability to switch over before the rest of you on 9/29 and I have to say, I’m impressed.
Pardon my french, but I’m in love. Fancy Hands is my new best friend for getting things done. I spotted them when my good friend Ron Hudson liked their Facebook page. As with everything Ron shares, I had to check it out. Boy am I happy I did.
Fancy Hands is a low-fee monthly service that gives you access to a team of people ready to complete specific tasks. FH is just the gap-filler I’ve been looking for in my business. Yes, I have an assistant (she rocks!). I also have a dedicated team of coders, designers and such.
Welcome back to The Friday Scoop, my weekly report of what you need to know in marketing news and top picks that are actually worth your time to read
This week we’re taking a look at Facebook’s improved friend lists, the new Subscribe Button and what it means in your marketing, and the impending SSL requirement for all Pages with custom apps. Also, meet a web diva you need to know if you want practical, savvy marketing advice.
While Google+ is the new kid on the block in the neighborhood of social media, it’s causing quite a stir with predictions of successand failure coming from all sides. Obviously, its a bit premature to garner whether Google+ will become the next, better Facebook. Focusing on that debate kind of misses the point.
Whichever side you find yourself on, one thing is for sure, Google+ shows that Google has learned from its past social failures. Not only are Google+ updates being added to real-time search results, it’s also safe to say Google+ is here to stay and what we see now is just the tip of the iceberg.
So, if you’re looking to do the circles dance on Google+ these are some of our favorite tools.