Why advertise on Fertility Babble

Fertility Babble is an exciting and revolutionary online magazine. A magazine for late teens and 20s. A lifestyle magazine raising fertility awareness with the latest in fashion, beauty, work, finance and so much more.

In each issue of Fertility Babble online magazine, you will find:

  • Thought-provoking features
  • The latest celebrity gossip
  • Top tips on nutrition, fitness and products to help protect your future health
  • Global fertility news
  • Invaluable advice from the world’s experts
  • Real-life issues and stories from the heart
  • Instagram Q&As
  • Competitions and offers
  • Connections with others through our confidential and global network Fertility Buddy thinking of protecting their fertility and becoming donors

Breaking the mould by raising fertility awareness for the young in a contemporary and stylish online magazine format reflecting other magazines for their age group. Fertility Babble’s truly unique features make it an unmissable read for those wanting to understand and protect their options of having their future families and keeping up to date with the latest sustainable beauty, fashion, home products and much more.

Fertility preservation was once a controversial topic, but now with one in six couples experiencing fertility issues globally, there is even more need to highlight the need for fertility awareness. Today, it is increasing significantly year on year and there is no such thing as a stereotype of a typical person struggling with fertility issues.

Fertility Babble strives to reflect this ever-changing diversity. Straight couples, same sex couples, singles, people with genetic disorders, serious illnesses and those who wish to preserve their fertility are all turning to IVF to help them achieve their dreams of parenthood.

Things that were once cultural norms are changing
There are those who are now wanting to preserve their fertility as they haven’t met the right partner or just not ready to start a family. Others where their career is the priority for now. In fact companies such as Facebook, Apple and Yahoo, in an effort to retain and attract talent, now offer egg freezing for female employees. Facebook, it is reported, also offers surrogacy assistance and “a host of other fertility services for male and female employees”.

We’re also living longer and people are generally deciding to have children much later than previous generations.

We will be reaching the younger generation globally and empowering them with knowledge and guiding them to make the right fertility choices for their future.

IVF has increased exponentially over the past 40 years since Louise Brown, the first IVF baby, was born. There are now over 8.5 million IVF babies and over half of those born in the past 11 years.

Fertility Babble has an excellent marketing opportunity that’s right for you. From bespoke video and display advertising to sponsored features and multi part series.

For advertising opportunities 
please contact info@fertilitybabble.com