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Best Sites for Sending Your Loyal Customers Greeting Cards this Holiday Season
Author: Carolyn Menz Category: B2B, B2C, E-commerce & Retail, Nonprofit, Social Media & Digital Date: November 20, 2015
The holidays are a great way to spread thanks and cheer. With Thanksgiving only 6 days away, Christmas only 34 days away, Kwanzaa 36 days away and 16 days left until Hanukkah, now is the time to prepare yourself for the stress of the most joyous holiday season!
We all feel the weight of the holidays build from a few days before Thanksgiving and throughout the month of December. From racing against the woman next to you to get the last gaming console for young Jimmy to baking 100 cookies for little Sally’s third grade holiday party, when do we have time to think about our customers and our business during this season?!?
The answer is simple. To let your customers know how valuable they are to you this holiday season, think about sending a “Thank You” or “Holiday” themes e-card or newsletter. To make your life even easier during this chaotic time of the year, here is a list of the Best Ecard sites and apps so you can start spreading thanks, love and cheer!
An ipad app that enables you to create fully customized holiday cards.
Want to send your clients and treasured customers a big THANK YOU this holiday season from your whole company, but don’t have the time to get everyone’s signatures? Look to GroupCard. GroupCard enables you to electronically pass-around the card via email so that everyone can sign!
More prone to sending weird, corny, funny or sarcastic cards? Card Karma enables you to make your own e-cards where you can upload your own images or pick from their library of images and videos to share with your clients, friends and even family.
This is an iPhone/iPad and Android app lets you create stylish and fun holiday cards to be sent to your entire contact list.
Be sure in the midst of the holiday chaos to take the time to reach out to your customers and clients. Let them know that they are appreciated and being thought of this holiday season. Spread the holiday cheer!