Video Greetings made easy

“Mom! Did you touch my locker? I am old enough to look after myself and my belongings. Stay away OK!” She just slammed the front door and left for school. The mother just smiled.

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“You know what? My professor liked my project concept. All thanks to you, Mom…” Nonetheless to say she hugged her mother. The mother simply smiled. Continue reading Send Mother’s Day Video Greetings To Your Mom

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Inviter’s March webinar has been scheduled! Join me and Inviter on March 18th at 7:30 PM EST as I  show you how to create a video newsletter and video invitation using the Inviter platform.

I don’t have to tell you the value of video for 2015. You’ve heard it all before from me and other marketers. It’s the way to really connect with your market and engage them on a different, more personal level and build relationships on a massive scale without your efforts feeling so impersonal. I’m going to show you how to actually spend very little money (this isn’t a sales pitch).

 

Register for the webinar and plan to be amazed at how easy it is to actually use video greetings and invitations in newsletters. While you’re waiting for March 18th to arrive, start checking out inviter.com. You could even sign up for a free trail.

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Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like this year is slightly different. I’m not noticing businesses getting into the holiday spirit as they did years prior.corporate business greetings thank you Christmas decorations alone don’t count. I’m talking about the noticeable lack of being thankful for customers. It’s sad to see as a marketer and consumer. The reality ladies and gentleman, is that consumers want to feel special. When they don’t, they don’t open their wallets. Simple as that.

It’s still not too late for businesses to show their appreciation and thanks to their customers.

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Words just carry your message, while a video carry your message along with emotions. Many wondering why video greetings? What’s so special in it? Here it is.

Check out this wonderful video ecard from Apple Inc below. Apple released this video last week, in which a young kid records the beautiful Christmas moments with his family and creates a video greeting and shares it with the entire family. At the end leaving happy tears in everyone eyes. That’s the power of a video ecards or video greetings, reaching your family & friends emotionally.

Green Reason

There is another green and convincing reason to move on to new technology and use video ecards instead of paper cards. Every year, around 300,000 trees will be cut down to produce around 1 billion cards. Each year around 7 billion greeting cards are being bought for various occasions  Video ecards are  emotionally touching,  earth friendly and easy to send. Try out video greetings and delight your family & friends.

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From years, we’ve been sending printed greeting cards to our family and friends on Christmas wishing and blessing them. The days of sending just words are over. If you really want to make a great impression, video gives the greatest impact and entertainment.

Send video greetings, ecards to your family and friends by recording your own video message with Christmas greetings, giving a live touch up to your greetings. You can also add pictures of your old moments together with a nice background music to make it more lively.

We are in the business of making special moments, even more special by giving tools to create imaginative, artistic and personalized video greetings, Christmas ecards for various occasions. We simplified it more with our iOS app giving you a tool to create & send an ecard on the go.

Checkout our iOS app promo video below to discover what more you can do with our video greetings app.

 

It’s easy to create super-fun video greetings with our app in just 2 minutes. It’s as easy as sending a text. Also it’s free, Eco-Friendly and fun to share.

Now available in iOS app store..!

Merry Christmas 🙂

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Merry Christmas!! 3 weeks from now is a year long awaited Christmas eve. You can see all the streets and shops of every city filled with Christmas essence. Kids are much excited to the Santa Clause stories and are eagerly waiting to receive their Christmas presents.

People get to finish their work early and reaches home to plan Christmas celebrations. There is no one in the world who would simply pass Christmas without decorating their house with lights and Christmas tree. In addition to this, Christmas shopping takes most of the time away from planning it well. Regardless to all these above, selecting and posting greeting cards to friends & family consumes most of the shopping time.

No problemo! We have a hassle-free solution to ease your shopping experience. Interesting, fun way and very economic way of sending digital greeting cards to your family & friends. Try sending our video greetings, where you can personalize your card by using your own pictures and you can upload or record your own video, giving a personal touch to your wishes for free.

Doing so you will not only save on the cards, but also you contribute your part in saving mother nature. Do you know how many paper cards were sent on all occasions every year? FYI please take a look at the below infograph.

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With such huge purchase, can you imagine how many trees were cut down to produce such high number of cards?

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The festival “Diwali” also called “Deepavali” in rural India which means “Row of Lamps” is a Hindu festival which starts on Dhanteras, which usually falls after eighteen days after Dussehra festival. According to Gregorian calendar, Diwali festival is observed between mid-October and mid-November.

This festival originated in Treta Yuga(era), after the victorious battle by lord Rama over the demon Ravana , returned to his kingdom Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana. To mark the return of their king lord Rama, people of Ayodhya lit their city with millions of earthen lamps. Since then, this day is celebrated as Deepavali or Diwali in India.

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Diwali is one of the most important festivals of Hindu’s and is celebrated by wearing new clothes, sharing sweets with friends and family members and also by performing traditional activities such as lighting small clay lamps filled with oil to denote the victory of good over evil. These clay lamps are lighted during the night to welcome goddess Lakshmi into their homes. Also firecrackers are burst in homes which believed to drive away evil spirits.

Recently on October 30th, the first-ever Diwali festival was celebrated at the US Congress amidst chanting of Vedic mantras by a Hindu priest. This occasion was also used to highlight the significance of Indian-US relationship.

Below is a video from the white House, our beloved current president of United States, Mr. Barack Obama spoke few words about the importance of Diwali and conveys Diwali wishes to everyone.

Especially, kids love to enjoy this festival to the fullest by bursting firecrackers. To make this Diwali more memorable, there are few Do’s and Don’ts you need to consider the most.

Do’s:

1. Make sure your light fireworks outside the house to avoid fire accidents inside home.
2. Give safety and first aid instructions to your kids before you let them to play.
3. Let your kids to play in your eye sight and keep an eye on them to keep them out of trouble.
4. Remove all the flammable materials in your surroundings before you start lighting firecrackers.
5. Strictly wear well-fitted clothes. Wearing loose flowing clothes have high chances of catching fire.
6. Keep fire extinguishers and a bucket of water in your surroundings as a safety measure.
7. Light a fire cracker and quickly move away.
8. In case of failed fire crackers, do not rush immediately to light it again. Wait for 2 minutes or leave it for later.
9. Keep infants inside a closed room away from sound and smoke.
10. Make a note of emergency numbers to call in case of any emergency.

Don’ts:

1. Do not try or allow your kids to light fire crackers holding in hands.
2. Do not point fire crackers like rockets towards houses.
3. Do not light more than one fire cracker at a time.
4. Do not bend over the crackers after lighting them to check if they have been ignited.
5. Do not wear nylon or synthetic cloths while lighting fire crackers. Cotton clothes are the best ones to prefer.
6. Do not light fire crackers in the middle of the road.
7. Do not keep candles or clay lamps near your firework stuff.
8. Do not carry fire crackers in your pocket.
9. Do not handover any high potential fire crackers to kids.
10. Do not let your kids to eat while playing fire crackers.

So my dear masses, keeping safety in mind enjoy yourself with your family and friends making this Diwali celebrations a safe and injury free.

Share the joy of celebrating this Diwali by sending video greetings with wishes and blessings to your near and dear ones. May this Diwali bring you loads and loads of happiness.

We wish you and your family a Happy & safe Diwali – Team Inwiter.

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Dussehra also known as Vijayadashami is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated in various forms across India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The name Dussehra origins from Sanskrit literature Dasha-hara which means removal of ten denoting lord Rama’s victory over the ten-headed demon king Ravana. This day also notices the triumph of Goddess Durga Devi over the demon Mahishasur, the king of asuras.

The word Vijayadashami is also originated from Sanskrit literature “vijaya-dashmi” which means the victory on Dashmi (the tenth lunar day of the Hindu calendar). This festival is celebrated on the tenth day of the month Ashwin according to the Hindu lunisolar calendar which matches to September or October of the Gregorian calendar. The first nine days were celebrated as Maha Navratri (nine nights) or Sharada Navratri(the most important Navratri) and the tenth day as Dussehra.

In India, this is the beginning of the harvest season. Harvesting new crops begins with rituals and religious performances which are believed to regenerate the soil. People of Hindu religion have social gatherings and offers food to the gods at home and in temples throughout India.

Story of Dussehra:

This began in Treta Yuga(era), Lord Rama also called Shri Ram, the seventh avatar of lord Vishnu, who was exiled by his father Dasharatha for fourteen years on demand of kaikeyi (one of the three wife’s of king Dasharatha) who wished to pass the throne to her son Bharata (brother of lord Rama). Obeying his father’s orders, lord Rama with his wife Sita and his devoted brother Lakshmana left the kingdom.

One day on their exile journey, Sita has been abducted by the demon Ravana who came in disguise and tricked Sita to cross the rekha( line drawn by lakshmana for the safety of Sita in their absence) and took her to his kingdom of lanka, which is now known as Srilanka. Lord Rama and Lakshmana began a quest to get back Sita from the demon Ravana. Lord Rama, lakshmana and their loyal follower Hanuman and an army of monkeys fought a great battle to rescue Sita by killing the great demon Ravana.

This day marked as a very special importance in the history of Hindu religion, the day evil forces got defeated by the good. People celebrate this festival with joy and happiness. The celebration begins with the prayer to Shami/Jammi tree. This also marks a very important day in their history.

In way back to Dvapara Yuga another era after Treta yuga, there lived King Pandavas (five acknowledged sons of Pandu and Kunti) lost to Kauravas in a game of dice, had to spent twelve years of Vanawas (exile to the forest), followed by a year of Agnyatawas. During this final year, Pandavas hid their weapons in a hole on a Shami/Jammi tree to hide their identity. Since that day, Shami trees and weapons have been worshiped and the exchange of Shami leaves on Vijayadashami has been a symbol of good will and victory.

In the evening after the prayer to the tree, the younger ones places the Jammi leaves in the hands of elders and takes their blessings. After that, all together go to the nearest social gatherings to watch the show where the Ravana’s idol is destroyed by fire.

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Send video greetings to your near and dear ones wishing them a happy and prosperous Dussehra. Capture your festival moments with your family members and make a memorable video greeting and share among your dear ones.

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Onam is the biggest and most important festival in the state of Kerala, India. It is a harvest festival celebrated with joy and excitement by the people of all communities all over the state for 10 days. It is believed that Onam celebrations are started from the time of Kulasekhara Perumals (800 A.D). The Onam festival falls during the month of Chingam, the first month of Malayalam calendar (Kollavarsham). This corresponds with the months of August-September according to Gregorian calendar.

This festival is celebrated to welcome their king Mahabali from Patala ( the underworld), whose spirit is said to visit Kerala at the time of Onam. Nambudiri Brahmins of Kerala are the most spirited about Onam celebrations as they credit it’s origin to their own community. Continue reading Onam: Harvest Festival

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Ganesh Chaturthi is a Hindu festival celebrated as the birthday (rebirth) of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvathi.

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As per Hindu mythology, Lord Ganesha is considered as “Vighana Harta” (one who removes obstacles) and ‘Buddhi Pradaayaka” (one who grants intelligence). This festival is very important for students, they worship Lord Ganesha to light u their minds. Ganesh Chaturthi, also known as “Vinayaka Chaturthi” (festival of Lord Ganesha) is celebrated on Shukla Chaturthi (4rth day of the waxing moon period) of the Hindu month of Bhaadrapada (usually falls between 19 August and 20 September). Continue reading Ganesh Chaturthi

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