First and foremost, welcome! We are excited to have you here and thrilled that you are curious about our corporate offerings.
The Twin Source allows advertisers and corporate partners to reach a powerful, unique, and growing market as it aims to be the leading resource for expectant and new parents of twins.
The simple fact is twin parents are buying for two. They are smart, loyal, and eager to find high-quality products and services that are efficient and dependable.
And this market is constantly growing; there are more than 130,000 new twin parents in the U.S. alone each year.*
The Twin Explosion at a Glance*
- In 1980, one in 53 babies was a twin; in 2009, that rate rose to one in 30.
- In 1980, the twin birthrate was almost 19 per 1,000 births; in 2009, it reached an all-time high of 33 per 1,000 births.
- The rate of twin births increased in most states by at least 50 percent between 1980 and 2009.
- In the last 30 years, twin birthrates nearly doubled among women ages 35 to 39 and more than tripled among women 40 and older.
Be Part of The Twin Source
The Twin Source is on a mission to provide honest, practical information to expectant and new parents of twins. Twin Source Founder Carrie Carroll, who is a Twin Mom herself, is dedicated to giving this niche community of parents a place to go to learn, find comfort, and spread great advice. The Twin Source is a dynamic, forward-thinking resource that is a complete reflection of its audience. The opportunities to partner with us are as boundless as your imagination allows or as targeted as you see fit.
For more information on site advertising and corporate partnership opportunities, including sponsored webcasts, e-newsletters, social media events, and much more, contact Twin Source Founder Carrie Carroll today.
Founder, The Twin Source, LLC
U.S. Twin Birth Rate at All-Time High (webMD, January 4, 2012)
2012 U.S. Census: Statistical Abstract of the United States: Births, Deaths, Marriages & Divorces
U.S. Twin Births Soar: CDC (U.S. News & World Report, January 4, 2012)