GREETINGster Augments Web 2.0 With Automatic Greeting Cards™.
For Immediate Release
North Palm Beach, FL – July 7, 2007 – With the arrival of web 2.0, we all now have hundreds of MySpace “friends”, use Linked-In to grow our Rolodex, and join communities to vote on uploaded user generated media. So what do we do with all these new “socially networked” contacts? How do we turn those loose connections into real connections? One way is to use a tried and true offline “remember me” in the form of a greeting card, but the process of remembering an event, shopping for a greeting card and then buying the postage causes most people to skip the whole thing.
GREETINGster.com was launched recently to solve this problem and to help turn loose connections into real contacts. The GREETINGster process works by allowing the customer to pick a greeting card and enter the recipient’s information. About a week before the event, the card arrives in the mail to the customer who can then sign it and add a personal note. At that point, the customer puts the card into the already stamped and addressed envelope and drops it back in the mail.
“You can pull the card out, sign it and put it right back into the mail without ever leaving the mailbox,” said GREETINGster founder N. Reed Frost. “But what makes GREETINGster unique is the personalization. When the card arrives to the recipient the signature is in your handwriting, the return address is yours, and the postmark is from your area.”
The amazing part of all of this is the cost. At $2.99 per recipient, GREETINGster charges less than if you were to buy a traditional card and mail it yourself. Mr. Frost asserted, “It’s OK to get personal again.” Remembering that a personalized birthday card helped get Charlie Sheen in to see the big deal potential client Gordon Gekko in the movie Wall Street, maybe we should take Mr. Frost up on his assertion.
GREETINGster provides the “Automatic Greeting Cards” service. GREETINGster is located at 11420 US Highway 1 #141, N. Palm Beach, FL 33408
(C)2007 GREETINGster LLC. “Automatic Greeting Cards” and “GREETINGster” are trademarks of GREETINGster LLC. MYSpace, Rolodex and Linked-In and other mentioned trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners.
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