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Judaic eCards Club – Say It With eCards – Grand Opening

September 14th, 2006 by roz

My name is Roz Fruchtman.  I am a New York City digital artist.  I am thrilled to announce…

Say It With eCards

Say It With eCards is the former Graphics Schmaphics Exclusive Judaic Greetings Club — updated, upgraded, new name, new location, abundant new member benefits and many many many new Judaic eCards and new Categories. The site’s launch was timed to coincide with the upcoming Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah 5767 — which begins at sundown Friday, September 22, 2006.

Like Graphics Schmaphics, Say it with eCards not only focuses on the traditional Jewish holidays, events and occasions, but also on those universal and traditional holidays and events that most celebrate and/or acknowledge.  For example this past Monday… Say It With eCards offered thirty-six (36), 911 Tribute eCards in remembrance of September 11, 2001.  October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Say It With eCards is offering over 60 Pink Ribbon eCards for the Breast Cancer Awareness Pink Ribbon Campaign — both Judaic and non-Judaic. 

Say It With eCards offers Judaic eCards for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Sympathy/Condolence, etc. — Any holiday or event which I can tastefully portray within a Judaic theme.

To date 1,132 Judaic eCards have been uploaded.  More are being uploaded daily as I design new and enhance prior designs. 

Most of the Judaic eCards being offered at Say It With eCards are newly created and designed. All are my own originals.

At this time… There are over 100 Rosh Hashanah eCards available for Rosh Hashanah 5767.  These eCards are divided into four categories:  General Rosh Hashanah eCards, Hebrew Rosh Hashanah eCards, Patriotic Rosh Hashanah eCards and “in Memory of 911 Rosh Hashanah eCards.”

As well there are a group of “Easy Fast eCards” for Yom Kippur.  Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish year.  On Yom Kippur it is customary for those of the Jewish Faith to fast (not eat) for approximately 25 hours.  These specially designed eCards are to wish their recipients “An Easy Fast!”

Say It With eCards now offers member benefits like the big guys:

  • “#1 Personal Customer Service” (This was “ALWAYS” a Member Benefit!)
  • Unlimited access to the Member Area and eCards
  • Address Book – Store all your special eMail addresses for quick and easy access/eCard sending.  No more fumbling around looking for lost eMail addresses – when you need them the most.
  • 2 Free Accounts – that members can “gift” to someone special of their choice.  These are full access accounts with the same phenominal benefits which the member enjoys.  This is like getting 3 memberships for the price of one!
    IMPORTANT NOTE: This Member BENEFIT/FEATURE is a “Grand Opening Special Offer” which ends on September 30, 2006.  On October 1, 2006 – this benefit “goes away!”
  • Calendar – Plan ahead by accessing your Calendar, where you can add birthdays, and other special days and appointments. Click on that day, and it will link you to that section. (Birthdays, Holidays, etc.)
  • Reminders – Store all your important dates so birthdays, anniversaries and other special events will never be forgotten, through our Reminder Notification e-mails.
  • My Favorites – Store all your favorite cards in 1 convenient location for easy access
  • Card History – View all cards sent in the past 30 days, with option to cancel cards that have not been delivered yet.
  • My Account – Edit your membership information including e-mail address, password, and 2 free accounts.
  • Record your Voice You can record your Voice to send ecard with your voice message
  • Send your own image – Back from vacation, got new photos in your digital camera? Wouldn’t you like to send them as ecards, to your friends, and family?

You owe it to yourself to at least come on over for a look see!

Please Visit: 
Say It With eCards / http://www.SayItWithEcards.com

Proudly Posted by Roz Fruchtman / The Greeting Card Maven

Posted in General, Jewish Holidays, Jewish/Judaic Events, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur

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