eCardMAX Introduces New Software for 2006

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The 2006 version of eCardMAX is now available at

With more than 85 percent of Internet users visiting a greetings site annually, ecards offer an inexpensive way of promoting a business., the leading provider of Web server software for the Internet ecard market, is pleased to announce the release of the 2006 version of eCardMAX. The new software serves as an immediate, inexpensive and personalized method of promoting a business.

Web masters interested in inexpensive advertising tools can utilize ecards to increase Web site traffic. Individuals interested in operating a professional ecard Web site as a hobby or as a commercial Web site will find that eCardMAX is the perfect solution for powering image ecards, flash cards or video cards.

“I've worked in the Internet marketing industry for over 10 years now, and eCardMAX is one of the best pieces of software I've ever been fortunate enough to work with. It is extremely feature rich, reasonably priced, stable and scalable. It's great for our Web site users as well as our Web site administrator. We even had the eCardMAX staff do some software customizations for us and the work was delivered right on time, on budget and to our exact specifications,” said Erik Lundberg, Co-Founder,, LLC.

Through viral marketing, eCardMAX offers increased traffic back to a customer's Web site. Users of the service send ecards to friends who, in turn, send cards to friends, who continue to send the ecards to more friends, thus increasing site traffic. Sending an ecard is only a click away with eCardMAX 2006.

eCardMAX is now available through The 2006 software contains new and robust features and has already been empowered by numerous Web sites. eCardMAX is designed to run on every platform that has installed PHP version 4.x or higher and MySQL 3.x or higher

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