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eShout.net to make noises and make people happy

eShout.net to make noises and make people happy

You have heard of Yahoo, Google, eBay and now come eShout (http://eshout.net), a revolutionary web site with a simple idea to bring smiles to the world wide web. The site allow web user to make a shout out to their friends, colleague, love ones, their favorite movie stars, or even their pet!

“It’s amazing how with just a few kind words can brighten up someone’s day” said Chhai Thach, founder of eShout.net. To make an eShout the user fill in their name, the name of the person they wish to shout out to and a short message, it is then delivered to the recipient email box and publicly display on the web site. The web site take public display of affections to another level as never been seen before on the web!

Thach who is a Kiwi expatriate from Wellington now living in Adelaide, put together the web site in one weekend “I didn’t know how I came up with the idea, it just pop in my head and I said to myself … great! Now I have to get it done before Valentine’s Day!” he continues “It really motivates me to keep on working realizing that I can make a lot of people happy, you just get that nice feeling inside”.

People around the world now can make eShout by visiting eshout.net.

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