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Record Numbers of People Looking to Get Pregnant

With the age of austerity putting the squeeze on people’s budgets we might expect making babies to be way down people’s lists, but actually there has been a big upswing in the number of people looking to get pregnant.

How-to video website Videojug.com has seen a huge 288% increase in the overall number of people viewing its ‘How to Get Pregnant’ video during the first month of 2011 compared to the same period last year. And city by city comparison of traffic to the film for the same period shows Brummies and Londoners are the most focused on getting pregnant, with views up in these cities up 400% and 268% respectively.

These figures correlate with the latest IRI data which shows that in the last two years, demand for pregnancy testing kits across all UK retailers has risen 31 per cent, with 3.5 million sold in 2010 alone.

Tom Laidlaw, CEO, Videojug.com comments, “Historically, evidence suggests that rising economic prosperity slows the birth-rate. I don’t know if the corollary is true, but we’re fascinated to see that with many people tightening their purse strings and staying at home, we could in fact be in for a baby boom in the year ahead.”

About Videojug

In 2005 when David Tabizel couldn’t find a video of how to change a tyre he went and filmed the 12 steps on how to do it and put it on the Internet - Videojug was born.

Today Videojug.com is one of the biggest factual video sites in the world and the number 1 most viewed UK guru channel on YouTube and 12th most viewed guru channel on YouTube globally.

Videojug’s easy-to-follow high quality how-to video tutorials help you ‘get good at life’ by showing you how to perform a million large and small life tasks, as well as providing you with practical and valuable information on any subject under the sun.

The ever expanding library covers a huge range of subjects from cooking and health to technology and dating - all available through Videojug.com and, on your mobile device with Videojug’s apps for the iPhone and iPad.

http://www.videojug.com
For further information, please contact:
Kirsty Langan
PR Manager, Videojug
Mobile 07779 583 594
Email: Kirsty.langan@videojug.com

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