New York, NY (PRWEB) February 11, 2009
SheZoom today launches a lineup of video cards for Valentine's Day that users can send to one another. In each video, someone is singing a song on the topic of love; some are traditional, romantic love songs, while others are original works submitted by users. For every video card, a user can add a private, customized message and send it - attached to the video - in an email to a friend.
There is a song for every experience on the relationship spectrum. Songs like "Sexual Healing", "Your Song", and "Taylor, the Latte Boy" may be for thriving romantic relationships, while others like "I Will Survive" and the original "Um" and "Hug A Nerd" are better suited for those recently ended, about to collapse, or trying to get off the ground relationships.
"With the upcoming Valentine's Day holiday, we wanted to have a little fun," said SheZoom CEO Stacey Artandi Seldin. "And we certainly want to acknowledge the many flavors of relationships that exist, and have a video card for everybody. As a result, we offer singing messages for lovers, ex's, girlfriends and even Grandmothers."
A wide range of contributors have posted videos, including professional singers, hobbyists, seniors and comedians. All cards can be accessed at http://www.shezoom.com/valentines-day.
SheZoom is a video website that targets women with a diverse range of programming, seamlessly combining originally produced content with partner and user generated content. SheZoom is an upbeat and engaging community that encourages women to laugh, learn, share and connect. SheZoom partners with experts in fields such as weight loss, fashion, finance, food, parenting and technology in order to deliver positive, credible, and stimulating information and entertainment to women. Founded by Stacey Artandi, SheZoom provides a forum for women everywhere to share common ground and to showcase their talents.
Email: marketing (at) shezoom (dot) com
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