Link to Preemiehelp

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PreemieHelp encourages all links to its website. Below are some frequently asked questions regarding linking to us.

Linking to Preemiehelp

To us its all about empowering people with knowledge,.. So link to us and make the community stronger.

Below is advice and downloads for linking to Preemiehelp looks to the community to help spread the word and make sure we get the information to those that need it most... YOU!

Which page should I link to?

We recommend linking to our home page -

Is there a Preemiehelp logo I can use to link from?

Shown below are four ‘linking logos’ which you can include on your website should you choose to. Downloads for these items are availible at the bottom of this page.


Primary Logo Stacked Logo
Medium size

primary logo

Stacked logo

Small size

primary logo

Stacked logo

Note: When using these linking logos, please include the alt tag: ' Everything preterm birth'.

What about reciprocal links?

To request a reciprocal link, please contact us and provide details of your organisation/website. All requests will be considered in relation to our Linking Policy.

Can I link to pages other than the home page?

Depending on your site’s audience, you may wish to link to some of our key topic areas or features. Below are some quick links to these pages:

What about deep linking?

Our Webmaster makes every effort not to change the URL of pages, so you can link to articles deep within the Preemiehelp website if you choose to. However, please note that content may be moved, deleted or archived at any time so it’s wise to review deep links on a regular basis to prevent ‘404 Page Not Found’ errors.

Do I need to add the ‘www.’ prefix to the URL?

The Preemiehelp website address does not require the ‘www.’ prefix, however, the link will work either with it ( or without it ( We prefer displaying the link without the ‘www.’ prefix.

Downloads: linking logos



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Preemie Help is also looking to provide a resource for any professionals that have contact with preterm babies and children in order to help them best understand the challenges that face a preemie. Get in contact to help us impact preemies.

Preemie, Premmie, or Prem?

Most babies spend between 38 and 42 weeks in their mother’s uterus. So, technically a preterm birth, preemie, premmie, or prem, is an infant who is born less than 37 completed gestational weeks. 

Read More: Defining Preterm birth



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