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Date:5/21/2009

and resources on preterm birth. For ease of keeping the site's content fresh, Vitamin implemented a custom content management system (CMS), enabling the staff at Keep 'Em Cookin' to update the content daily.

The Web site has seen its traffic grow daily -- all virally, through grassroots and social marketing. Launched in January, KeepEmCookin.com now logs 6,000 to 7,000 visits per month.

Karfakis says, "In addition to being a valuable information tool for women with high-risk pregnancies, KeepEmCookin.com is a smart marketing channel for advertisers who are looking to target the captive audience of pregnant women on bed rest."

With the first phase of the Web site live and receiving significant exposure among media and consumers, Keep 'Em Cookin' will continue to evolve its Web site with Vitamin's help. Vitamin will be adding the capability to serve relevant online advertising to the Web site's visitors and built-in audience of forum users.

About Vitamin(R)

Vitamin is the "Cure for the Common Brand," the mid-Atlantic's first boutique design-marketing-PR firm focused on nourishing brands through a best practices, all-in-house approach to creating cohesive identity, print, interactive and public relations programs. Vitamin's diverse client list encompasses regional and national companies including numerous AEC firms, healthcare and human service businesses, educational institutions, restaurant/hospitality groups, non-profit organizations and search/staffing firms. www.VitaminIsGood.com

About Keep 'Em Cookin'

Keep 'Em Cookin' is an educational organization that gives pregnant women the greatest opportunity to carry their babies to term by providing the most current information on preterm labor and offering online community support. www.keepemcookin
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