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Go On, Give Online Invitation Service Crusher a Shot

I wrote about eVite and Pingg alternative Crusher when it was brand-new in 2007, but I've never actually known anyone to use it, until last week, when I got a Fourth of July invitation to a barbecue via Crusher.

I was seriously impressed: clean lines, tools like polls to figure out the best date for everyone, and awesome features like avatars and html snippets (so you could add your own maps or widgets). I was so impressed, in fact, that I started drafting up an invite for my next soiree!

I love how you can gauge how likely you are to attend the event, and modern look of Crusher — especially how easy it is to customize the invite and make it look as amazing as the party will be. Have you tried Crusher yet?

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TidalWave TidalWave 8 years
all of these invitation sites are pretty obsolete with facebook. the only advantage is, of course, if you're inviting people who don't have facebook - or that you have to be friends with everyone you're inviting. But, for me at least, there are definitely quite a few of my facebook friend's whose email addresses I just don't know.
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