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Why Youtube video reviews are making money – Parenting Comic

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Why Youtube video reviews are making money

Even my 3 year old toddler wants every toy he has ever seen on those online Youtube toy reviews. I have already purchased a truckload of toys because my toddler keeps watching those Paw Patrol toy reviews and requesting those specific toys. He even wanted to visit all the indoor playgrounds that Blippi has gone to because he has seen Blippi having fun in his Youtube videos. We are from Vancouver, Canada. So visiting those playgrounds would mean long road trips or even flights to the states. At one point, we even drove 3 hours to visit the Funtastic Playtorium located at Bellevue, Washington Рone of the indoor playgrounds that Blippi visited in his Youtube video. Yup. My kid is spoiled. 

No wonder advertisers are spending millions of dollars and jumping onto the Youtube bandwagon in hopes of reaching their target audience via ads. These online reviews have the power to convert everyday viewers (or toddlers) into sales generating customers. Well played guys, well played. *slow clap

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About Summer and Muu Parenting Comics

Summer and Muu is a series of parenting comics for new moms and dads with young children. These cartoons are stress relievers as every parent can relate to these parenting comics. Brenda Li, the cartoonist behind the series, wants to ensure that new parents know that they are not alone in this parenting struggle and journey. Raising little human beings from scratch is a daunting feeling. There is no step by step youtube tutorials, no easy Ikea instructional manuals and definitely no mobile app to automate and do everything for you. Moms and dads need all the support they can get, whether it is physical, emotional, social, or intellectual support. By illustrating the daily struggle of a new mom and turning daily struggles into everyday humour, new parents faced with similar headaches are immediately comforted. Knowing that you’re not alone is a huge reassurance that everything is still okay and “normal”.

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Motherhood headaches

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Motherhood headaches

Motherhood is a bundle of joy and truckload of headaches. All you want to do is to get your kid to pick up after himself but things will easily head south.

There is always the battle between “should I let my toddler learn and do it himself? Or should I just do it myself to eliminate headaches altogether?”. I often choose the latter and pray that someday he will be able to survive on his own…

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About Summer and Muu Parenting Comics

Summer and Muu is a series of parenting comics for new moms and dads with young children. These cartoons are stress relievers as every parent can relate to these parenting comics. Brenda Li, the cartoonist behind the series, wants to ensure that new parents know that they are not alone in this parenting struggle and journey. Raising little human beings from scratch is a daunting feeling. There is no step by step youtube tutorials, no easy Ikea instructional manuals and definitely no mobile app to automate and do everything for you. Moms and dads need all the support they can get, whether it is¬†physical, emotional, social, or intellectual support. By illustrating the daily struggle of a new mom and turning daily struggles into everyday humour, new parents faced with similar headaches are immediately comforted. Knowing that you’re not alone is a huge reassurance that everything is still okay and “normal”.