PostEgram Helps tech-shy Grandparents


Today I am introducing you to PostEgram, a service that will help tech-shy Grandparents stay up to date on the latest from family members who utilize services such as Facebook to post updates and photos.  Take a moment to watch the video below and read on to learn more about PostEgram.

Nearly 50% of adults over the age of 65 do not have Internet access at home and yet nearly everyone under the age of 65 is hopping on the Facebook bandwagon via Internet access or SmartPhone to share memories, keep in touch with long lost friends as well as share family updates with those relatives living far away.


PostEgram shares Facebook news and photos in print form. Include the profiles of multiple family members, and they will whip up a full color newsletter and send it via the United States Postal Service directly to your grandparents doorstep. No more fumbling with email attachments on online sites for them, and no more one-hour photo processing for you.  PostEgram is  the bridge that connects tech-savvy and tech-shy relatives.

PostEgram service starts at a low subscription rate of just $4.99 per month and if you are wondering what a PostEgram looks like you may visit PostEgram’s Sample Page to see a full sized version of a PostEgram.

To keep up to date on PostEgram “Like” PostEgram on Facebook.

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