Launches Ad-Free Premium Site

Share Article will unveil its ad-free premium site on TK, 2004, which will offer members the same diversity and range of e-cards that more than 10 million users have come to enjoy, but with the convenience of a website totally free of advertisements. The new premium site will allow members to browse without any ads, including pop-ups, making sending and receiving greetings even easier. Members will be required to pay a low, one-time annual fee to be able to send as many ad-free cards as they wish. As an added benefit, when recipients open cards from members, the cards will still be ad-free.

While many other online e-card companies feature premium membership for access to a larger selection of cards, these websites still include advertisements. is the first online greeting company to offer a premium site totally free of ads.

“This was the next logical step in the evolution of our company,” says Laila Rubstein, co-founder of “We have developed a reputation as an industry leader, continually generating innovative ideas that expand the market for online greeting, so we are proud to be the first to feature an ad-free premium site. We have been inundated with letters and e-mails from customers telling us that we are one of the best e-card sites on the web, and we look forward to offering them this service. Members will be able to enjoy the same high-quality cards we have provided for nearly a decade with the convenience of a site that doesn’t contain any advertising.”

For more information or to obtain a demo of what the new site will look like, please contact Laila Rubstein at, founded in 1995, is known for its fun, beautiful and creative movie-quality e-cards for every occasion. It is the home of Greeting Reasons, a special online section with traditions, fun facts and history on each month’s holidays and occasions. also creates e-cards for a variety of businesses, which have included Fortune 500 companies.


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