Your Tribute Introduces New Service that Transforms the Online Sharing of Life's Significant Events

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Introducing “Tributes” - Fun and Easy to Create Personal Websites for a Significant Event or Special Someone

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A Tribute is a personal event-based website that combines many of the features of popular online invitation, photo sharing, blogging, and social networking websites, in an easy-to-use intuitive interface.

Your Tribute Inc., a leading provider of memorial websites since 2002, announces its official relaunch and expansion into the special events market today. Other than the Your Tribute name, the company brand, website and vision have been reinvented. In addition to memorials, Your Tribute will now offer Tribute websites for weddings, new babies, anniversaries, birthdays, and graduations.

A Tribute is a personal event-based website that combines many of the features of popular online invitation, photo sharing, blogging, and social networking websites, in an easy-to-use intuitive interface. Using our web-based “Tribute Creator” tool, it is easy to create a personal website to plan, share and remember an event. A Tribute provides friends and family a safe and secure environment where they can connect and collaborate on the event. Moreover, the Tribute website will remain online for life to preserve important memories and provide an everlasting record of the special occasion.

“Until now, no single online destination existed for friends and families to create personal websites to celebrate more than one significant event,” said Jason Ropchan, Your Tribute CEO. “With Your Tribute, users can now manage multiple websites for their events from a single location. A Tribute enables users to send online invitations, share photographs, receive guestbook messages and more; all while being confident that their important memories will remain online for life to continue to view year after year.”

How it works:

Within minutes, customers can create a free, professional-looking Tribute website by logging into their Your Tribute account and following a straightforward self-guided process.

1. Enter Tribute Details – Select the type of Tribute and a designer theme that best represents the event. Next, choose a personalized URL (e.g. http://wedding.yourtribute.com/jonandmary/).

2. More Tribute Details – Add the location, homepage photo, welcome message, and other relevant event details.

3. Tribute Management – Choose to make the Tribute public or private and add administrators to help manage the Tribute.

4. Choose Account Type – Choose to create a free Tribute or, for a one-time fee, create a premium Tribute.

After creating a Tribute, users can customize it by writing the story and adding personalized notes. They can add multiple events and send online invitations with RSVP. Furthermore, photos and videos from before and after the event can be uploaded. After adding content to the Tribute, users can easily share the website with friends and family by email and through Facebook, Twitter and other social networking websites.

When visiting the Tribute, friends and family can contribute their own photos and videos, send virtual gifts, post guestbook messages and leave comments. The “Recent Tribute Activity” feed on the Tribute homepage, as well as email notifications, keep friends and family up-to-date on all Tribute activity.

Your Tribute users can create an unlimited number of free Tribute websites. For more information, please visit http://www.yourtribute.com

About Your Tribute Inc.
Your Tribute is a web-based tool that lets users set up a personal website (a Tribute) to plan, share and remember a significant event or special someone. Your Tribute combines many of the features of popular online invitation, photo sharing, blogging, and social networking websites, in an easy-to-use intuitive interface. Your Tribute is a privately held company based out of Vancouver, BC with a US subsidiary office located in Las Vegas, NV. More information about Your Tribute is available at http://www.yourtribute.com.

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