Santa's Not Reading Any Letters This Year: WishList4Kids Helps Santa Go High-Tech and Paperless with Online Wish Lists
With less than 50 shopping days left before the Christmas holiday, parents are helping their children create wish lists to send to Santa. Santa’s gone high-tech. The Elves are scrambling to teach him how to check email and set up social media pages, so he can accept wish lists online. WishList4Kids is helping parents all over the world create wish lists they can share online with Santa, family and friends.
“I’ve been debating how to break the news to parents and children, but with the holidays fast approaching, I can’t delay any longer. I received news from the North Pole that Santa Clause is not accepting snail mail wish lists this holiday season. Santa’s gone high-tech. The Elves are scrambling to teach him how to check email and set up social media pages, so he can accept wish lists online,” says Stefanos Tsesmetzis, owner of WishList4Kids.
WishList4Kids, a free web-based tool that helps parents create and distribute online wish lists for their kids, wants to make holiday shopping easier and more efficient. They support Santa’s high-tech mission, and are ready to help parents all over the world create wish lists they can share online with Santa, family and friends.
“The Internet has already reshaped the way customers shop, and now it’s reshaping the way children create and share their holiday wish lists. WishList4Kids picks up where traditional wish list writing tools - the pen and the pad - left off. We give parents and children the power to create, update and share their lists instantly,” says Tsesmetzis.
WishList4Kids lets parents add items from any online or offline store to their children’s wish lists, using their computers or mobile devices. WishList4Kids holiday lists eliminate duplicate gifts, prevent friends, family and Santa from getting the wrong sizes or colors and makes certain that loved ones aren’t completely clueless about what a child wants for the holidays. They’re saving parents time by giving them an online tool that reduces the number of phone calls and emails they receive asking, “What does Jessica want for Christmas?” And best of all, WishLIst4Kids makes each list social-media ready, so parents can share their childrens‘ lists via email, Facebook and Twitter.
“Santa’s already enjoying receiving children’s wish lists online. Just the other day, I received a note from one of his elves, which read, 'He sprang to his computer, to his mouse gave a click, thankful he had no envelopes to rip. And I heard him exclaim, as he shopped online for gifts, “I’m so happy about these online wish lists!”'” notes Tsesmetzis.
WishList4Kids is designed to help parents and their children create hassle-free online wish lists, for holidays, birthdays and other special occasions. WishList4Kids gives parents and children the ability to add items from their favorite online and offline stores, include size, color and other specifications for the items they want, keep track of who purchases what and leave comments to communicate with friends and family directly on the online wish list. WishList4Kids understands the benefits of social media, so parents and their children can share each wish list on popular sites such as Twitter and Facebook with one simple click. Parents can take advantage of a private, personalized URL they can share without worry.
For additional information on WishList4Kids or how your children can create online wish lists for Santa Clause, please visit http://www.wishlist4kids.com/Santa/LettersToSanta.aspx.