WhitePages Mailer and $25 Shutterfly Gift Code Giveaway

Just in time for the holiday card rush, WhitePages is introducing WhitePages Mailer that helps busy people create a master address list for holiday cards, birthday invites, thank you notes, “Save the Date” cards and more by linking friends to their mailing addresses.

Since most people don’t use written letters to communicate as often as they once did, many tend to keep their friends’ and families’ addresses in various places, and usually have to resort to reaching out to people on their mailing list via phone, text, email or Facebook to get their up to date addresses.

With WhitePages Mailer, users can easily organize hundreds of addresses for designated friends, including organizing the data into groups that mirror how friends are segmented in Facebook (i.e. close friends, acquaintances, people I care about, etc.) or into customized groups, and the info will then automatically stay updated. You can use the free WhitePages Mailer service in conjunction with Facebook–or not–so you have the option of how you want to search for addresses.

WhitePages Mailer Makes Holiday Cards a Snap

Just import friends from Facebook and WhitePages Mailer collects their mailing addesses for you and you can organize them by groups and then export addresses to mailing labels for invitations, announcements and greeting cards.

$25 Shutterfly Gift Code Giveaway:

WhitePages would like to provide one lucky reader with a $25 Shutterfly gift code (which may be used for printing holiday cards, photo books, photo printing or gifts).

Shutterfly Giveaway Dates:  November 28- December 12, 2012  Midnight CST

How to Enter:  Enter through rafflecopter- just sign into the widget and click the entries you want to complete.
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Giveaway Details:
Open USA, age 18+ to enter. Winner announced right here on December 13, 2012.  I will select the winner through rafflecopter and notify by email. Winner must respond within 4 days or the prize will be forfeited. Your email will not be shown and will be kept private.

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  1. I have a little book I just started keeping a few years ago. It’s cute and definitely comes in handy this time of year.

  2. Jl Johnson says:

    Nope – I keep my addresses in a safe place
    luckyseattlemom at gmail dot com

  3. I typically have a spreadsheet on my computer but it crashed (using my hubby’s now) so I am starting from scratch this year! Thanks for the chance to win!

  4. Melissa Heffelfinger says:

    I always seem to misplace the book that I have all my address’s in. I was thinking about starting a spreed sheet for all the address’s.

  5. I have an address book but I don’t update it like I should so yes I scramble.

  6. My address book is pretty accurate but every year it seems I need to track down at least a few!

    elizabethglassturner (at) gmail (dot) com

  7. Coryn Carpenter says:

    No scramble! I have an Excel file with all addresses.

  8. i make it a fb status to send me your address if you want a card! ha

  9. What a generous giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity!

  10. Olivia Rubin says:

    Yes…or I ask my mom if she has it

  11. No. My phone has all my friends and families contact information. I do not trust anything else.

  12. I plan way ahead in advance and write a list! Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. I have an address book but I do scramble for 1 or 2 addresses.

  14. I keep a spreadsheet with common recipients’ addresses.

  15. No I don’t scramble. I just keep them on my phone with my contacts :)

  16. no, i have a seperate address book for christmas cards

  17. No I usually keep a pretty good list.

  18. Tari Lawson says:

    NO, I keep a Christmas card list with names and address that I update each year.

  19. its actually at the start of summer when I scramble. We do this huge party at our house every year and send out like 150 invites. Every year I am sitting trying to locate addresses.

  20. I don’t really scramble for addresses, because most of my family and friends live in the same area…so, we just hand them out ourselves, along with cookies! More fun that way!

  21. Ususally I do, but this year I have all my addresses under the wedding website I used for when I mailed out all my invites. That should make it easy.

  22. Ever since I had to send the invitations out for my sisters wedding finding the addresses is a cinch!

  23. Gail Williams says:

    No scramble. Daughter made a spread sheet to use.

  24. Monique Rizzo says:

    No, mine are in an excel file.

    Thanks for the chance.

  25. I have an address book, but I still seem to be always scrambling anytime I need an address!

  26. I don’t send Christmas Cards. . . because they never seem to actually leave my house :( So I stopped trying.
    But yes, I use internet searches to find everyones address.

  27. yes, i search for all the old christmas cards to find addresses

  28. jessica edwards says:

    no, i have an address book

  29. Lauren R. says:

    Yes, sometimes I do.

  30. i white page people or i also send them messages on fb asking for address also.

  31. I have an address book but don’t really send out Christmas cards. Every year I say I will but never do.

  32. Stephanie Larison says:

    Yes, I wish I had a way to be a bit more organized.

  33. I have them all in a nice address book – I just have to remember where I put it!

  34. Yes! Often calling my parents to get addresses that of people that I don’t have in my phone.

  35. Patti hess says:

    Yes, I scramble for address’s I have like (seriously) 10 address books and none of them are up to date

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

  36. Yes, I do! I try to gather them from all sources – phone, computer, etc.

  37. My husband’s family moves around a lot so sometimes I do have to scramble for addresses!

  38. I can never keep track of addresses!

  39. kim burnett says:

    I have a little address book, but I still scramble to find the last place I left it.

  40. Priscilla Benavides says:

    I don’t send out any packages during the holiday season because most of my family members live in town.

  41. Absolutely, I am very disorganized :)


  42. No, I have them all in a book.

  43. Barbara Montag says:

    No I keep all in an address book & keep it updated.
    Thank you.

  44. I try to keep my list updated on the computer all year.

  45. I have them in a notebook somewhere. I guess I should find out where I put that thing.

  46. I have a address book with all my addresses

  47. AbsolutelY! I’d love to have them all in one place, digitally, so they’re easy to update too!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  48. Not really. I keep an address book that I keep updated pretty well.

  49. hminnesota says:

    I do but in email- gmail fetches good result when asked to search on “name” and “address”

  50. I get address in October…but somehow don’t mail anything til mid December!

  51. diane Baum says:

    I scramble by tearing my house apart, looking for addresses

  52. iPhones have saved the day!

  53. nannypanpan says:

    yes, i can never find my address book

  54. I finally found a system for keeping track, but it’s still a pain.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  55. Cassandra McCann says:

    no because i can not afford stamps

  56. domestic diva says:

    I’m always scrambling for addresses.

  57. No…I don’t really send out Christmas Cards anymore

  58. Yes, I scramble a bit to get addresses!

  59. I have an address book that we keep on a little desk set along with stamps, return address labels, and other things we need to mail stuff, so no, I never have to scramble for addresses.

  60. Lanicsha Wynn says:

    Not really most addresses I know. The ones I don’t know I just call and get it

  61. I keep an address book for that reason. I hate to run around at the last minute!

  62. Julie Jones says:

    Yes, usually… ugh. I wish I was more organized. White pages seems awesome!

  63. YES! I’m still missing 2.

  64. What’s up, I log on to your new stuff daily. Your
    story-telling style is witty, keep doing what you’re doing!

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