October 13, 2008
GroupCard was just mentioned in a PCMagazine that describes how tech changes our lives, making some things easier, other things more impersonal and complicated. We’re thrilled to see that GroupCard was mentioned amongst ranks of Gmail, Skype, Meebo, Kayak and others.
For the past decade or so, technology has transformed the way we communicate, in part due to the advent of the Internet. Instead of mailing letters, we’re writing e-mails through Gmail or Windows Live Hotmail that can be sent instantaneously to a recipient. We can even add multiple recipients to these e-mails, so that more than one person can read them. Even more, we can send greeting cards over the Web with sites like someecards.com and GroupCard.com. No postage needed!”
…As a a devout BlackBerry Crackhead, it’s sad to see that blackberry addiction is called out as a BAD effect of technology in todays world…. oh well..
October 9, 2008
September was a bit of a transitional month we adjusted to the mix shift between our core site and our facebook application traffic. As part of this, we began to understand our “card-to-card K factor” and other really interesting viral metrics.
September marked our sixth streight moth of record revenue, record “average signers-per-card”, and over 1300 cards with over over 5 signatures.
Finally, we are excited to see teams from these companies start to use GroupCard.
October 7, 2008
We’ve been noticing many companies creating holiday cards using GroupCard– especially teams that are located around the world or on different schedules. By getting your group to contribute to a card for clients, suppliers, or other business partners, the whole office can save time and hassle involved in holiday greeting cards. Check out your options here: http://www.groupcard.com/for/business/
Here are a few news covers- just-in-time for Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Junkanoo, St. Nicholas Day, Advent, Hogmany, Ganga Bois, Japanese New Year, Las Posadas, or another special day around the world!