Same-Page Technologies Launches Social Family Website PlatformNovember 15, 2007
By Mark Ramsey
How can you schedule your kid’s activities and doctor appointments, share family photos, chat with your sister, catch up on family news and plan dinner, all without touching a phone or standing up? Simple, just log into your free family web site at www.familycrossings.com! With this latest offering, Same-Page Technologies takes their popular online office collaboration platform and repackages it into the ultimate family networking website. Now families can share news, have a live chat, preserve family history and memories, share photos, schedule their daily lives, shop, create gift registries and more all from the safety of a secure online family website. Unlike Myspace, there is no fear of predators.
Families have a choice of either a free or premium version. The free version provides families with 5 core features including the family calendar, chat and photo galleries. Supported by ads from carefully chosen, family oriented sponsors, families will benefit from special offers and exclusive coupons. Each free family website is customizable and includes 150MB of storage.
The Premium Version has 15 features, including the 5 found in the free version. Additional features include such tools as family recipe sections, a parenting section, wish lists, family member biographies and more. It also includes an expanded 250MB of storage, all for only $9.95 a month. Additional storage can also be purchased so families can store their entire photo collections and memories to insure their safety from natural disasters like floods and fires.
Unlike the one dimensional offerings of Facebook, Cozi or other services currently found on the web, www.familycrossings.com provides families with a complete selection of tools to allow them to connect, remember, and share with other family members anywhere in the world. “Family is where the solutions to all our societal problems can be found. A strong, well-connected, family is where it all starts and in today’s hectic world, it can be tough to stay connected to aunts, uncles, grandparents etc. and all the wisdom and experience they provide” says Bruce Collen, FamilyCrossings.com President. “People need a strong sense of personal identity to succeed and we want to make it easy and fun for families to build the history and memories that will give future generations their identity” he adds.
Family websites are available for review or evaluation at http://www.familycrossings.com. You may contact Mark Ramsey at (503) 661-4013 for more information, or to request interviews.