Appreciating Customers During the Holiday Season

» Posted by on Nov 20, 2012 in Appreciation, Appreciation Marketing, Sending Cards, Thankfulness, Thoughtfulness, Totally Awesome Cards | 0 comments

Appreciating Customers During the Holiday Season

Thanksgiving is almost here. Many are busily preparing for the meals they will be making, while thinking about spending time with the guests that have been invited. There is something else on the minds of many, which happens for many on the day after Thanksgiving – putting up the holiday decorations in their homes. If you are a business owner, there is another thing that you need to be thinking about at this time of year:

Sending Greeting Cards to Your Customers

This should not be a card campaign designed around promoting a special sale or getting people to visit your website. The business holiday card is a simple, but effective way, to let your customers (and maybe your prospects as well) know how much you appreciate them and are thinking of them during the holidays.

Taking the time to send a greeting card lets each person know they are valued. It lets each know that you are glad to have them as customers, and in a number of cases, appreciate having the opportunity to connect with and get to know them.

Holiday greetings convey the message to people that you are the kind of person (and your company is the kind of company) that they want to do business with. Although the holiday greetings are not designed to purposefully increase your sales, they sometimes have that effect.

When choosing the greeting cards for your business to send this year, Totally Awesome Cards is a great place to begin. There is a wide variety of cards to choose from and you can customize them in so many ways, so they are JUST RIGHT for your business’ needs.

What kind of card should you send? Well, that depends on your personality, your customers, as well as the message you want to convey for your business. If your business is light-hearted, then a humorous card may be appropriate. If your business’ products are religious in nature, then you may opt for a more specific greeting of “Happy Hanukkah”, “Joyous Kwanzaa” or “Merry Christmas.” You know your market and your clients, so you are the best person to make that decision. However, if you aren’t sure which type of card to send, it may be a good idea to stick with a generic “Happy Holidays” card with a serious, rather than humorous, sentiment.

Whichever greeting card you decide upon, make sure you send one out for your business this year. You don’t have to send them with Totally Awesome Cards, but if you do, I know that you will find it affordable, less time-consuming, and enjoyable – so check it out today!


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