May 26, 2006 No Comments
So, in this rapidly-moving world that is getting faster all the time, what’s a family to do to stay together?
Well, you might consider building a family website.
Today’s FamilyFirst site lets you do just that. It’s called Family Anywhere. Here’s their mission:
Families all over the internet are using Family Anywhere to stay in touch with each other by sharing photos, by posting family news and by keeping their phone numbers and other contact information current in their on-line family address book. We think there are a lot of good reasons to try Family Anywhere out, and we hope you’ll agree it speaks for itself.
So, what are the advantages? Well, not everyone is a website designer. And even if you know your way around html, who has time?
Family Anywhere lets you quickly put up a slick looking site from prefigured templates. And your private family information is password-protected, so you don’t have to worry about your family news being inappropriately accessed.
You (or someone else that you decide upon) are the site administrator. That means anyone wanting to view your family news would have to email you to get permission.
All in all, it’s a slick, easy-to-use way to get your family a way to communicate easily from anywhere in the world.
Try it free for two weeks. It’s just $8.99 a month after that.
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