YearBook Alive

YearBook Alive

September 24, 2009 09:30 ET

Yearbook Alive Unveils Latest Software, Worldwide Leader in Digital Yearbook Software

Software Offers Ideal Solution for School Fundraising Efforts During Trying Times

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 24, 2009) - With school now in session, YearBook Alive (www.yearbookalive.com) today released updated software providing a simple digital yearbook solution for teachers and students to keep all their treasured photos and videos taken throughout the year. Used by schools around the world, YearBook Alive was originally created as a supplement to a printed yearbook to reduce publication costs and to provide a simplified way to save all of their digital memories.

YearBook Alive is a valuable tool to raise money for schools and organizations. Fund raising is easy with YearBook Alive multi media projects because there are no royalty costs and it requires only a single annual license. Digital yearbooks provide a less expensive way to save and share memories. Rather than spending thousands of dollars on expensive printed yearbooks, schools can raise thousands of dollars with minimal effort.

"As a mother of three children, I have always been involved with helping school's raise money. I noticed that printed yearbook memories were only a fraction of what really happened during the entire school year. Thousands of pictures and videos were archived but with no way to share them," commented Ruthy Navon, YearBook Alive founder and CEO. "With Yearbook Alive, schools now have an easy to use solution that captures more memories and helps them raise money at the same time."

In only three simple steps, students and teachers can create multimedia projects, such as digital yearbooks, school sporting events, school fairs, etc. Given the wide variety of software solutions for digital yearbooks on the market today, YearBook Alive is the easiest and quickest software to implement with no technical training or costs.

Users purchase the software for $499 and can use it as often as they wish and for as many projects as they need for one year. The new software includes increased functionality of their traditional yearbook:

- Import thousands of pictures, hours of video and music;

- unlimited interactive multimedia projects;

- unlimited categories names;

- a variety of professional designed templates

In addition, YearBook Alive re-launches its website, YearBookalive.com. The site features a new layout and design which allows users to easily navigate and also provides helpful fundraising ideas for schools and organizations.

Cost:

- Free full feature download available at www.yearbookalive.com

Retail price: $499, no royalty charge for CD/ DVD's

About YearBook Alive:

Since their launch in 1999, YearBook Alive remains a leading digital yearbook software company. YearBook Alive is a smart, simple, stylish way to keep your cherished memories alive. Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, YearBook Alive is on the Web at: www.yearbookalive.com.

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