comes with a unique concept for a Christmas wish list

08-Dec-2011 | News-Press Release

Olathe, Kansas (prsafe) December 06, 2011 - Christmas is just round the corner and everyone?s frantically searching for gifts. has come up with a unique idea to help people choose the gifts they would prefer. The site is an online equivalent of the ?what-da-ya-want-for-Christmas? concept.

All that the user has to do is to create an online
Christmas wish list of the things that they would like. They can add details of the product including the link to the product, image URL, and the price. This list can them be sent to friends and family members.

There are some gifts that are accepted with a grin, and occupy a pride of place at home? and there are others that are accepted with a grimace. Christmas themed t-shirts, coffee mugs, toiletries ?the list is endless. As Christmas Eve makes way for Christmas Day, people often make a beeline for malls to return the gifts. More than 10 to 15 percent of gifts are returned back. While some shops return the money back, there are others that allow exchanging the gifts for something that they love. There obviously is a lot to think, before people are thanked for the gifts.

Gift givers usually do not know the preference of the recipients and hence end up buying gifts that don?t really serve a purpose and are valued less than their cash value. To make sense of the holiday gift giving habit, the site allows people to make a
Christmas list of things that they prefer. This list can be prioritized, removed, and notes can be added. The person who receives the list can click on the link to buy the product.

For those who?d love to avoid their Christmas gifts ending up in thrift shops, this site is a blessing in disguise. Users can sign up on the site and send their Christmas List to their friends and family.

About The site is an overall project by NetraCorp LLC, an Internet incubator in the Olathe, Kansas area. Use of the site is of great help for both the person giving away the gift and also for the recipient who is tired of unwanted gifts that ultimately go away for charity or are exchanged with the store.

To know more and to create your own Christmas List, visit,


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