Free Ecards and Fifty New Ways to Say “Happy Holidays!”

Free ecards website Gotfreecards.com has refreshed its stock of holiday designs with as many as fifty new additions this year. The new set of ecards will span various holiday categories including Deepavali - India’s ‘Festival of Lights’, Thanksgiving and Christmas and offer users dozens of creative ways to greet their loved ones around the world instantly at no cost.

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Elk Grove, CA (PRWEB) November 11, 2012

Gotfreecards.com has been a favorite free ecard destination for users around the world since 2008. The website offers a wide selection of designs for free ecards, printable greeting cards and invitations for various occasions. The site’s ‘Holiday eCards’ section is particularly popular owing to the extensive selection of free templates and the ease of personalization. Gotfreecards.com users never have to register, create a password or give out personal information in order to send a card. They can attach their picture, an audio clip and a personalized note to many cards almost effortlessly. Moreover, users can schedule their cards to be sent at a future date, preview their completed cards and also share their cards via Twitter.

The site is adding up to fifty new free ecard templates this holiday season to provide users an even wider choice. The themes vary from the simple to the classic, funny to traditional and text oriented to those with elaborate animations accompanied by appropriate music. Interactive ecards are especially gaining popularity as user Nina C. acknowledges. “I love the Snowman Game Christmas eCard that allows me to customize my snowman and his accessories pretty much any way I want. I sent this card to at least five different people, each time choosing a different combination of hat, magic stick, gift and so on. It was so much fun!” she says.

There is also growing interest in Diwali ecards among users. Some of the more humorous Deepavali ecards added feature Lord Ganesha enjoying his sweet treats and that of a bunch of mice having a blast, literally, with Diwali fireworks. There are also several cards presenting the traditions and auspiciousness surrounding the festival. This year, Diwali falls on November 13 and is usually celebrated for four more days thereafter giving users a wide window to send their free Diwali ecards.

In keeping with tradition, Thanksgiving ecards feature family gatherings, the traditional meal and celebrations, not to mention turkeys. The Thanksgiving collection includes humorous Turkey themed ecards that have grown in popularity in the past few years.

Besides free ecards that users can create and send using their computers, Gotfreecards.com also features iPad Cards. These can be accessed and sent via a tablet computer, adding to the convenience of sending free cards using the site’s card creator application.

GotFreeCards.com's offerings include personalized photo cards, free printable christmas cards, invitations and various other user-friendly features and products related to special occasions, events and holidays. The website features hundreds of designs for various multicultural and everyday occasions such as Free Christmas Ecards, Thanksgiving eCards, Diwali Cards, Birthday Ecards, Valentine’s Day Ecards, American and International Holiday Cards, Party Invitations and others.


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