Lucie’s List is a popular online publication that rates and reviews kids’ products and offers advice relating to parenting topics. The company features “Crib Notes” weekly emails relating to pregnancy and postpartum concerns.
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To learn more about Lucie’s List, we spoke with Meg Collins, the company’s founder.
For someone unfamiliar with Lucie’s List, how would you describe the company’s mission and core offerings?
Lucie’s List is a Consumer Reports for juvenile products and a survival guide for new parents. We cover gear, offer advice and write about topics that matter to new parents. Our website gets roughly 400k UVMs and our newsletter has 350k active, engaged subscribers.
Tell us about the company’s background. When did it start and how has it evolved since then?
We started in 2010 just covering basic newborn essentials. Since then, we’ve grown to include gear guides for infancy, toddlerhood and beyond.
What are the most popular and/or newest services from Lucie’s List?
The weekly pregnancy and postpartum emails “Crib Notes” is our most popular offering, with frank and practical tell-it-like-it-is advice and discussion. Our newest service is our multiples-specific newsletter, “Crib Notes – Multiples,” which is the first of its kind in the industry.
What sets Lucie’s List apart from other maternity and baby websites?
We don’t advertise, do sponsorships or accept any compensation for favorable reviews. Our readers have grown to trust our honest, straightforward and unbiased reviews.
To learn more about Lucie’s List, check out lucieslist.com.