A Signature is Worth a Thousand Words

ChianMing.com unveils an online service allowing its registered members to solicit real signatures from Internet users to support their petitions or personal wishes.

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The action of hand signing adds another layer of seriousness from the signers, as well as giving the petition author extra confidence in the petition

Hartford, CT (PRWEB) May 8, 2009

ChianMing.com announces the launch of its service allowing online petition submission of issues, concerns, suggestions, and personal wishes, to solicit supporting signatures. Unlike other existing petition websites, chianming.com allows the signers of a petition to actually use computer mice or other hand-held devices to literally sign the petition. The petition author can then download an electronic copy of all hand-written signatures, with accompanying names.

This new service, according to the website founder, Alex Tung, resembles closely the traditional process of petition endorsement. The value added by signers' real signatures is tremendous, comparing with other online petition sites where signers only need to type their names. "The action of hand signing adds another layer of seriousness from the signers, as well as giving the petition author extra confidence in the petition", Mr. Tung explained.

Any cause or personal wish posted on the site can include multi-media files such as images, videos, or audios, for better explanation or illustration. Signers of a petition need not register with the site and have the option of uploading personal photos and providing email addresses to accompany their signatures.

To learn more of how the service works, visit http://www.chianming.com.

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