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Varitalk Allows Users to Send Personalized Videos From Cupid

February 8, 2011

CHICAGO, Feb. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Varitalk launches a free personalized video ecard, “Hunter Cupid.”

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By visiting cupid.varitalk.com, users can fill out a personalization form with information about themselves and the intended recipient. The video features Cupid addressing the recipient by name, vowing to find him or her love in time for Valentine’s Day and venturing out into the snow, crossbow in hand, to do so. After previewing the video valentine, users can share it with their friends via email, Facebook or Twitter.

“This is a Valentine for the rest of us,” said Varitalk’s Lead Creative, Lawrence Collerd. “In this version, Cupid is no stranger to loneliness (or whiskey), and he’s got his work cut out for him – he’s going to hunt you down some love.” Executive Producer, Kat Rothstein agreed, adding, “Our Cupid is an alternative to the typical romantic Valentine; he’s much more entertaining than a standard card.”

Hunter Cupid is powered by digital marketing agency Varitalk Holdings LLC, known for creating personalized digital marketing campaigns such as the video “Fred on ZipIt” with the Woo Agency and the personalized phone call campaign “Send a Call From Santa” with Google Voice.

About Varitalk:

Varitalk provides services and patented technology that empower consumers to create, personalize, and share original content. The Company’s campaigns can rapidly raise awareness, provide brand lift, and drive consideration and trial. It’s content worth sharing. Everything else is just an ad.

Visit www.varitalk.com.

For Varitalk media inquiries contact press@varitalk.com. For sales, contact 312-715-8255.

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Hunter Cupid is powered by Varitalk.

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