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Best sites for Christmas/Holiday e-cards

Sending Christmas cards or holiday cards over snail mail has pretty much become a thing of the past for many people - either because they don't care about sending anything, or because they're too much work to do.

Fortunately, there are still several e-card sites that let you send seasons greetings over the web. 

One of my all-time faovurites is Jib-Jab.com. Why? Their e-cards are incredibly hilarious thanks to animated videos that have two key elements - comedy and personalization.

Comedy is key on an e-card and Jib-Jab cards are oozing with it. Toss in a cut-out of you (or your friends) faces and you have an awesome e-card.

Another site is 123Greetings.com. It features animated cards, but not in the same way as Jib-Jab's. The e-cards here are much more basic but they'll do the job.

Something else doing the job at that website is the ads - many of them. Hey - at least it's free to send a card.

Lastly, another reasonable site with e-cards for the holidays is Egreetings.com.

The cards there are simple, animated yet adequate for sending your Christmas greetings this December. 

Their selection is a little heavier on the comedy scale, fortunately, and the site even offers easy Facebook integration to share your card with all your friends on the world's most popular social network.

There are just three - and there's many more. Which sites do you like to use to share greeting cards?

- Maurice Cacho, MSN Tech & Gadgets



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Danny BradburyDanny Bradbury

Danny Bradbury is a technology journalist with 20 years' experience. He writes regularly for publications including the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Financial Post, and Backbone magazine. Danny also writes and directs documentaries.

Maurice CachoMaurice Cacho

Maurice Cacho is a Toronto-based journalist mixing his love for tech with a passion for news. He's also CP24's Web Journalist and appears daily on CP24 Breakfast and weekly on the channel's tech show, Webnation, discussing tech news and trends.