People will never forget how you make them feel.
La Verne, CA (PRWEB) December 01, 2014
Video greeting card firm, Record It Cards, is launching their business with a Holiday Gift for new members. Military families with loved ones overseas or away from home serving our country can now send online video greeting cards for the Holidays at no charge. This service is also available to everyone who logs into the website and signs up as a new member at http://www.recorditcards.com.
Video greeting cards is the next evolution in the greeting card business. Record It Cards puts personalization back into online greeting cards. When the sender shares a video it is the next best thing to being there. When the recipient of the card can see the face and hear the voice, a deeper connection is made.
"The proliferation of paperless substitutes has caused revenue to steadily decline for greeting card publishers over the past five years. Many industry products, such as greeting cards, day planners and calendars, have been increasingly rendered obsolete, as more consumers prefer e-cards and digital calendars. In the coming years, this trend will continue..." The following link is to this report from IbisWorld: http://www.ibisworld.com/industry/default.aspx?indid=1235. This was taken from "Greeting Cards & Other Publishing Market Research Report | NAICS 51119 | Sep 2014".
Record It Cards was created because video and audio cards dramatically increases the personalization of greeting cards. In 2012, Co-founder Gary Howarth’s wife of 30 years passed away from cancer. He said, "During her 2 year battle with cancer, she received many greeting cards. Though she appreciated them all, those that really touched her heart were the ones that had the extra personal touch." Record It Cards brings that same extra personal touch to online greeting cards.
Connecting with loved ones is very important during the holidays. Making it personal through video greeting ecards shows caring when it is not possible to meet face to face. We are offering the service for free to military families during the Holidays, so family and friends can make those connections that aren't otherwise possible. The cards can also be downloaded and saved to be seen again and again.
"GCA member Hallmark Cards of Kansas City, MO, sees...recordable keepsakes to keep a loved one's voice and cherish year after year." This quote is from a press release by Kathy Krassner, 908-237-CARD (2273) firstname.lastname@example.org. The link to the press release is http://www.greetingcard.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=HjGWglRj0JU%3d&tabid=71. The title is: U.S. Greeting Card Association Releases
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Record It Cards is a membership site. Members can create an audio card with a photo slideshow or a video greeting card. Both can be customized with music and graphics including a personalized title and written message. The recipient can download the audio or video recording as a recordable keepsake to relive year after year.
The mission of Record It Cards is to give people another method to connect on a deeper level whether it is an ecard to a friend or used to develop a relationship with a customer, client, or employee. Here is a video that explains how it can be used.