WhitePages Mailer Review and a $25 Shutterfly Giveaway!

Let me tell you about my night last night… I finally got in my holiday cards and sat down to the address labeling. When I was going through the addresses, I noticed I had an old list and could not for the life of me, find the new updated list. I was going crazy calling, texting, and emailing people, to get their updated addresses. I also had to call the people who were never on my old Christmas list, but I knew I needed to send cards to. It was a whirlwind last night. Thankfully, I recently found out about a much better way to organize my address list so I never have to go through this problem again. The solution is WhitePages Mailer.

Just in time for the holiday card rush, WhitePages Mailer helps busy people create a master address list for holiday cards, birthday invites, thank you notes, “Save the Date” cards and more by linking your contacts or Facebook friends to their mailing addresses.  Doesn’t this sound awesome- and the best part , is it is free!

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 also export the addresses to a spreadsheet or Avery mailing labels, which is a great time saver this holiday season.
While I did manage to find the addresses through a very arduous way, I did have the chance to check out WhitePages Mailer this morning, and I am kicking myself for not finding out about this sooner! It will pull up your Facebook list and your friends, and you can go from there to start obtaining addresses and organizing in an efficient way!  You can also use it to find businesses as well, which is a nice feature. store locator preview WhitePages Mailer Review and a $25 Shutterfly Giveaway!

Win it: One winner will receive a $25 gift card to shutterfly. I do realize the holiday season is coming to a close, but that does not mean you can’t use the Shutterfly credits on birthday cards, baby announcements, New Years card, etc. To enter simply leave me a comment telling me if you currently have your addresses organized. For an optional +2 entries, tweet about this giveaway mentioning @dentistmel and whitepage mailer $25 shutterfly giveaway. Please leave links in comment section proceeding the post. Giveaway ends January 15, 2013. US only. Please leave valid email addresses. Good luck!

 

 

*I received compensation for this post but all my opinions are my own, and not swayed by outside sources.

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  1. says

    I don’t have my addresses organized at all! They are all over the place, some on emails to myself, others in my address book that is lost somewhere and others are inside of my brain… it’s a long shot that everyone will get a card from me this year!

  2. says

    I would love to say that I have all my addresses organized. However…that is not the case. I have about 80% of them in an address book and stragglers in email and on scraps of paper and here ad there. Insanity.

  3. Laura B says

    Definately not! I need help with this, and every Christmas time it’s an issue as I’m scrambling to get cards out!

  4. Brittany says

    My addresses are organized. I have them typed up alphabetically and put into page protectors in our household management binder.

  5. Jl Johnson says

    oh no. My addresses are not at all organized. Some on my phone. Some on hotmail. It’s a hot mess.
    luckyseattlemom at gmail dot com

  6. Stacy says

    As I was mailing my holiday cards, I realized that my address book hasn’t been updated in about two years, lots of addresses scratched out and not all of the latest ones added in yet.

  7. says

    I don’t really have mine organized. Right now, I rely on the fact that I can message most of my relatives and friends to get their addresses every time I need them. It’s annoying for both of us I think! lol

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  8. Jennifer S says

    I have a somewhat organized file saved on the computer…I think it’s up to date, but couldn’t tell you for certain.

  9. Kortney Picker says

    I do not have my addresses organized, I had them saved in my old computer and it went down, so this year I had to start from scratch!

  10. Kaitlin Boles says

    My addresses are definitely organized being the fact that I am getting married in October this is why they are organized!

  11. Tabatha Carlson says

    I believe my addresses are finally organized. I do have one I keep meaning to update but I think thats it.
    Thanks

  12. says

    Yes, our addresses are all on index cards neatly in a box (that was my mom’s doing) or on our church directory list. That is except for a few that me haven’t gotten yet. :)

    Thanks for the giveaway! I love Shutterfly!

  13. Erica C. says

    My addresses are “sort of” organized. I have all of my addresses, but I’d like to put them all in one place.

  14. Laura says

    I have my addresses in an address book I can never find when I need to, and I am quite sure they aren’t up to date.
    laura.cooper2(at)gmail(dot)com

  15. Kristie D. says

    I’m in the process of transferring all my addresses and phone numbers to a new book. My first book was so old that it fell apart. Always remember to use pencil. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

  16. Michele says

    I have my addressed all over excel spreadsheets but I need to do a better job of updating them and organizing them.

  17. Lisa M says

    My addresses are a total mess! We have some in email and others I look up on whitepages… Others I call my mom for!

  18. Liberty Boblett says

    I bought an address book a couple of years ago. I only break it out when I do Christmas cards…LOL I like having my addresses organized!

  19. Terri Moore says

  20. Terri Moore says

    My addresses are not organized. I have bits of envelopes where I have torn off return address labels in a box.

  21. Kristina Johnson says

    For the most part my addresses are organized in an address book but I do have some scrap paper shoved in there with some I haven’t entered yet.

  22. Angie says

    I’ve got them semi-organized in an address book . . . although many of my girlfriends are still under their maiden names! :)

  23. Jean F. says

    We use an old fashioned address book and I’m afraid many addresses/phone numbers are out of date. I often have to go sifting through email to find someones “address change” announcement.

  24. Anna says

    Nope, no organization whatsoever. :P A lot of them are stored in my email or random Google docs, though, so usually I can do some searching and find what I need. :P

  25. michelle gilliland mcafee says

    Not really, I have everything in an address book but, theya are out of date for some. I need a new one.

  26. Candice Hull says

    Of course I do…in an address book with sticky notes and envelopes shoved in it :D It’s on my to-do list if that counts
    Thank you

  27. Julie Jones says

    I have been using white pages for a month and I love it. it made sending Christmas cards out very easy for me. thanks for this giveaway

  28. Coriander Warren says

    I should get a rolodeck or soemthing I always have to call or email people to get their addresses…so sadly no I’m never organized!

  29. susan smoaks says

    right now i have them unorganized, i have a notebook that i write them in but they are not in alphabetical order, so i have to look around so much to find the one i am looking for!

  30. corrie says

    i do not have my address’s i need organized at all.. im always white paging people to get address when im sending my christmas cards.

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