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I wanted to give a sneak peak of this website to the Santa Community before its official media launch. This 100% free website is already live and running so feel free to check it out now! Enjoy...

Official Website of Santa's Good List to Launch this Week

Santa's Good List has long been kept by hand, but all that will change this year with the launch of a major new website. The free website www.SantasGoodList.org allows children to chat with an elf to find out if they have made Santa's Good List and then flip through the pages of the official list to find their name.

The application was developed earlier this year and has already been extensively tested to ensure a quality experience for children and families. A version of the application was site-tested at a computer lab that has been set up at Santa's Candy Castle in Santa Claus, Indiana since early May. The initial reviews from thousands of families and dozens of media reporters (including Chicago Parent magazine) have been extremely favorable.

This website is expected to quickly grow to the size & stature of Norad Tracks Santa, so many children will be familiar with this website when they visit you this year. So all Santas are strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with this site so that they aren't caught offguard by children's comments or questions about it. Any Santas interested in adding a link to this free family-oriented activity to their website or business cards should contact Kevin@SantasGoodList.org.

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Guest Santa AlanF

I think this is a very good idea. If come up and to you and say I put it on your good list then you would know what they are talking about.

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Carlo Klemm

That's kind of neat! I'm sure there will be lot's of usage.

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SCSmall

That is fabulous! I just went all the way through it. Boy, is it well thought out.

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Santa George

Great job! Works very well!

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Santa Bill

Nice site

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Santa JerryO

This site is Great!!!!! I have seen it up close at the Candy Castle and it will make a lot of children happy! Thanks for all of your hard work Kevin!

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Santa Trever

Great idea and website. I just signed up and also added a link from my website. Thanks.

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Santa Claus Indiana

Thanks, Phil. Yes, this would be a great free activity to add to your own website. To do so, you can simply paste the HTML codes below into your web page wherever you want the banner/link to appear. These links will open in a new window so your visitors aren’t forced off your web site. Thanks! Text Link:

<a href=”http://www.santasgoodlist.org” target=”_blank” >Are YOU on Santa’s good list?</a>

150x150 Banner:

<a href=”http://www.santasgoodlist.org” target=”_blank” ><img src=”http://www.santasgoodlist.org/assets/sgl_banner_150x150.gif” border=”0” /></a>

468x60 Banner

<a href=”http://www.santasgoodlist.org” target=”_blank” ><img src=”http://www.santasgoodlist.org/assets/sgl_banner_468x60.gif” border=”0” /></a>

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Santa Claus Indiana

Please note that www.SantasGoodList.org is temporarily "offline" in anticipation of some media events scheduled for this week. It will be back online by this weekend.

If you haven't had a chance to check out the website yet, you can use this temporary link http://www.santasgoodlist.org/?prev=1 for the next few days to do so. Please note that this url is a temporary link we have created for Santas and should not be posted anywhere.

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Nora

I am not much into web sites but do have a question.

If there are many links to Santa won't that confuse the children as to who is Santa and is he real?

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