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Jeremiah Rivera
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Email Greeting Card [Extra Quality]

Sign up now to send free eCards for Birthdays, Anniversaries, Thank You, and more! Customize eCards and send them by email or text today to celebrate all your friends' and family's special milestones and moments. Add a digital Gift Card for a special treat! Punchbowl offers digital greeting cards for almost every imaginable occasion. Send a Congratulations message, send some love for Valentine's Day, or customize thoughtful greetings for Mother's Day, Father's Day, Graduations, and much more! And don't forget, you can send Free eCards in our iOS and Android Apps, or when you start with your free trial. Get started today!

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Choose your favorite eCards from one of our collections, customize them online and send them right from your phone - through email or text! We make it easy to send your digital greeting cards instantly or schedule them ahead of time to make sure they're delivered on your recipient's special occasion. Personalize your eCard with your choice of font and special accents like envelope liners, custom postage, and rubber stamps. You can even include a digital gift card your recipient will love!

To find the perfect online greeting card, begin by browsing some of our most popular eCard categories: Online Birthday Cards for everyone in your life including kids and pets, Thank You eCards, Valentine's Day eCards, Mother's Day eCards, and Father's Day eCards, Christmas eCards, and so many more. Send your custom digital greetings today! You can even upload phone numbers and email addresses from your address book instead of typing them in manually. Our eCards are easy to share with recipients in the United States and Canada by text, and internationally in locations such as the UK, Australia, and more by email. Sign up for your free trial and get started today.

But unlike old-fashioned paper greeting cards that you can open without worry, digital greetings come with an added risk. Just as your family and friends find them fun and convenient to send, scammers see them as a great opportunity to catch you with your defenses down so that they can rip you off.

No matter what part of the community you represent, maker, sales, retailer or supplier, the GCA Community is a place for you to connect, discover new opportunities, learn and generally promote and celebrate the greeting card industry.

You understand that your content (not including credit card information), may be transferred unencrypted and involve (a) transmissions over various networks; and (b) changes to conform and adapt to technical requirements of connecting networks or devices. Credit card information is always encrypted during transfer over networks.

We reserve the right to refuse any order you place with us. We may, in our sole discretion, limit or cancel quantities purchased per person, per household or per order. These restrictions may include orders placed by or under the same customer account, the same credit card, and/or orders that use the same billing and/or shipping address. In the event that we make a change to or cancel an order, we may attempt to notify you by contacting the e-mail and/or billing address/phone number provided at the time the order was made. We reserve the right to limit or prohibit orders that, in our sole judgment, appear to be placed by dealers, resellers or distributors.

You agree to provide current, complete and accurate purchase and account information for all purchases made at our store. You agree to promptly update your account and other information, including your email address and credit card numbers and expiration dates, so that we can complete your transactions and contact you as needed.

If, at our request, you send certain specific submissions (for example contest entries) or without a request from us you send creative ideas, suggestions, proposals, plans, or other materials, whether online, by email, by postal mail, or otherwise (collectively, 'comments'), you agree that we may, at any time, without restriction, edit, copy, publish, distribute, translate and otherwise use in any medium any comments that you forward to us. We are and shall be under no obligation (1) to maintain any comments in confidence; (2) to pay compensation for any comments; or (3) to respond to any comments.

Additionally when you make a purchase or attempt to make a purchase through the Site, we collect certain information from you, including your name, billing address, shipping address, payment information (including credit card numbers), email address, and phone number. We refer to this information as \u201COrder Information.\u201D

Folks have been migrating their paper-based activities online for a while now, and then the pandemic really sped things up. Goodbye, graduation parties. Nice try, office birthday party. Instead, we were home and looking for ways to mark the special occasions in our lives when we could no longer pass around that grocery store greeting card.

Like Punchbowl, Evite has been around for a long time. They made their name with electronic invitations, but they have since expanded into a nice range of birthday and other occasion ecards. We especially like the ability to add an Amazon gift or egift card directly to your birthday ecard (especially handy for a belated birthday).

Greenvelope is an ecard maker that focuses on sustainability. They feature beautiful designs and high levels of customization for your cards or invitations (including the envelope, postage, and more). Their focus is on weddings and event invitations, and they feature business packages, but when it comes to greeting cards your options will be limited.

CultureGreeting is a Black-owned greeting card maker that provides a more diverse set of images and options. You can personalize a card and have it mailed to your recipient, but even better than Postable you can add a gift card to sweeten the deal.

An ecard is an electronic greeting card created and sent online in place of a physical greeting card you bought at the store. Ecards come in a variety of themes (birthday, get well soon, sympathy, etc.) and can be signed virtually and sent via email or link to the recipient.

To send an ecard from a group, set up your Kudoboard with the name and theme, and then send the link to contributors via email, Slack, text, or even a QR code. Schedule delivery of your ecard to your recipient, and you're done!

E-card is an electronic postcard or greeting card, with the primary difference being that it is created using digital media instead of paper or other traditional materials. E-cards are made available many different ways, usually on various Internet sites. They can be sent to a recipient virtually, usually via e-mail or an instant messaging service.

Typically, an E-card sender chooses from an on-line catalog of E-cards made available on a publisher's web site. After selecting a card, the sender can personalize it to various degrees by adding a message, photo, or video. Finally, the sender specifies the recipient's e-mail address and the web site delivers an e-mail message to the recipient on behalf of the sender.

Since its conception in 1994 by Judith Donath,[1] the technology behind the E-Card has changed significantly. One technical aspect that has remained mostly constant is the delivery mechanism: the e-mail received by the recipient contains not the E-card itself, but an individually coded link back to the publisher's web site that displays the sender's card.

Like their paper counterparts, "postcards" use visual art (static or animated images or video) and provide a space for a personal note to be added. These were the first type of E-card in use. Like their paper counterparts, cyber "greeting cards" provide a greeting along with the visual art. Variations range from E-cards with fixed greetings like a paper card to selectable greetings (from drop-down lists or other selection options) to changeable suggested greetings.

Flash animated greeting cards also could include interactivity, for example, asking the viewer to choose a picture to animate, but most Flash E-cards were designed to convey the sentiment of the sender through simple observation.

Flash animated cards were offered by almost all major E-card publishers and were consequently the most common format used. When Flash stopped being supported by Adobe December 31, 2020,[2] companies producing E-cards had to adopt more modern ways to display files.

"Video E-cards" use a combination of personalized text, photo, and video to convey the message to the recipient. A number of such services exist such as Rattlebox where the user selects and customizes text on a prerecorded video, where a user with a web camera actually records their own video to send or through platforms such as Guestory.

With the advance in mobile technologies, Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), essentially picture SMS, became more and more popular. E-cards can now be sent to mobile devices and phones. Mobile E-cards or 'MCards' as they are more commonly known are then offered by different mobile content providers and carriers. Similar to E-cards, MCards can contain multiple pictures, music and text messages. Also MCards are considered the cards sent via one or another mobile application.

One of the first companies that created MCards is a Dutch Company called Mgreetings (established in 2003). MCards can be sent from a PC in a similar way as sending E-cards. Users can go to a website online, select a card enter the recipient's mobile number, and that card will be sent to the recipient's mobile phone as an MMS.

The greeting card metaphor was employed early in the life of the World Wide Web. The first postcard site, The Electric Postcard was created in late 1994 by Judith Donath at the MIT Media Lab.[1] It started slowly: 10-20 cards a day were sent in the first weeks, 1000-2000 a day over the first summer, and then it gained momentum rapidly. During the 1995-96 Christmas season, there were days when over 19,000 cards were sent; by late spring of 1996 over 1.7 million cards had been sent in total.[3] The source code for this service was made publicly available, with the stipulation that users share improvements with each other. The Electric Postcard won numerous awards, including a 1995 GNN Best of the Net award.[4] 041b061a72


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