Social Media Tips for Locating a Prospective Birth Mother



Adoptive parents can usually find a baby to adopt through domestic adoption faster if they help locate an expectant woman who is considering making an adoption plan. This generation of prospective birth mothers gets their information online through the internet, so adoptive parents wanting to adopt an infant from the US need to use social media to locate a prospective birthmother and birthfather. Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and YouTube can and should be used to adopt a baby fast. Adoptive parents can use social media and Web 2.0 resources as the best way to spread word about their desire to adopt and to share their adoptive parent profile or their “Dear Birth mother Letter”. This video provides valuable tips for using social networks on your search for a birthmother.

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