SAN DIEGO, Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Love is in the air, and it's all over Facebook too, with new Valentine's Day Facebook layouts from PageRage.com. With less than two weeks until the big day, PageRage.com is reminding Facebook users to shower their profile pages with love, using their free Valentine's Day Facebook backgrounds available to anybody using Facebook.
"Dress your profile with lovely heart themes, graphics and colors that will make your heart soar this Valentine's Day! Check out our featured Valentine's Day layout category on PageRage.com to see which holiday theme warms your heart the most!" said Scott Kaylie, CEO of Theme Your World LLC™, the makers of PageRage®.
Some of the most popular Valentine's Day themed layouts at PageRage.com include "Heart Bouquet," a beautiful vintage looking layout featuring elegant flourishes and swirls amongst various shades of pink; "Love Ya," a bold red and white layout featuring large and small hearts; and "Flaming Heart," a love-themed layout for bad boys that pairs black and red flaming hearts against a biker background. Already more than 301,000 people have selected the "Heart Bouquet" theme, while over 300,000 people have selected the "Love Ya" and "Flaming Heart" themes on PageRage.
View Valentine's Day Facebook layouts at PageRage.
PageRage users can also create their own Valentine's Day Facebook layouts using the PageRage create your own layout (CYOL) tool. PageRage recently revamped their Facebook layouts success page to allow users to share their custom created layouts with friends using Email, Tweets, or via Blog/Website. First time PageRagers can download the application here and will need to sign-up for a free PageRage user account before creating Facebook layouts.
For more information, or to get free Facebook layouts now, visit www.PageRage.com.
PageRage is the first web application that allows Facebook users to place graphic layouts right on top of their existing profile. PageRage also offers the PageRage toolbar that expands the power of PageRage, enabling users to choose new PageRage layouts, connect with Facebook, and search the web.