– Celebrate The People You Love

Tribbit.comIs there a special person in your life you would like to honor? Or is your best friend’s birthday coming up and you want to give him/her a unique thoughtful gift? is a great way to tell someone you care about them.

First you create the card You choose a background then give a title, description and add an image. Once you have created the card you invite friends and family to add to the tribute. Friends and family can add photos, videos, text, and an audio message. If your event has a due date, such as a birthday or anniversary reminds the people you invite to add their contribution before the due date. sends out email reminds to make sure everyone participates. One the special day you can send the tribute to that special person and they will see how much everyone cares about them. There is a timeline that presents the comments, videos, etc.. when they were added. You can also see a slide show of all of the photos that were added to the tribute. is great because it is a collaborative project so everyone adds a little and in the end there is a great montage of thoughtful and fun memories and wishes. In Their Own Words

“Create an online “card” that everyone signs.
Gather friends to celebrate events, people or things you love.”

Why It Might Be A Killer has an attractive and festive interface. The list of special events and occasions is a great way to give users idea of when they could use The video tour is also very useful and answers any possible questions you may have. The video tour gives a great example of a tribute that contains all of the features you can add to a tribute. The site is easy to navigate and has a lot of colorful content. The timeline feature is great so you know when they expire and how long you have to add to the tribute. It is nice that users have the option of shutting off the email notifications.

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It would also be fun if users could upload their own background and have more control over their pages design. Will people get involved with Tribit when they can send an ecard in a matter of seconds?