Send your Business Holiday Greetings Right to Clients' Phones This Year


If you run a company, you probably send out some kind of card or other greeting to clients during the holidays. When done right, this is a good PR move that reminds clients about your company and products or services, and shows that you actually care. However, offering something cheap or impersonal – or something that doesn't look good – can sometimes be worse than sending nothing. At best, your company might appear a bit thoughtless; at worst, you might seem incompetent.

"...a bad impression on clients is to send them an e-card that by all rights should look nice, but is marred by imperfect graphics and awkward design when viewed on a smartphone or other mobile device."

One way to make a bad impression on clients is to send them an e-card that by all rights should look nice, but is marred by imperfect graphics and awkward design when viewed on a smartphone or other mobile device. Avoiding this issue is easy enough, though, if you choose a card company that invests in responsive design for its products. Responsive design simply means that the thing you are viewing automatically adapts to the device that is being used. This means that the holiday e-card your business sends will be equally attractive when seen on a desktop, laptop, phone or iPad.

"...choose a card company that invests in responsive design for its products."

"...responsive cards will give you an edge over competitors who are using outdated technology."

These responsive cards will give you an edge over competitors . There are many companies that take a rather blasé attitude towards sending out cards, assuming that they'll look "good enough" or investing in a dumbed down "mobile-friendly" version that is not much better. When clients receive your card, complete with beautiful, proportional images and text, they will appreciate the sentiment. Better yet, you can send the cards directly to people's phones so that they are more likely to see them immediately, and you'll know that they will look professional.

"...send the cards directly to people's phones so that they are more likely to see them immediately..."

There are some practical advantages to this type of card, as well. For one thing, you don't have to bother with the whole mailing process that comes with sending physical cards – you don't have to buy stamps, wait in any lines at the post office, or collect mailing addresses from your database. Most people's e-mail addresses will be easy to find and even simpler to send the cards to. Your clients could literally be looking at your card while waiting in line at a bank or grocery store, or while buying holiday gifts. It's a nice way to pass the time! And they don't even have to click a link, sign in or jump through any other hoops to view a card. The animated graphics will all play on the page that they come on, meaning that clients can see the whole card just by opening up their e-mail!

"Your clients could literally be looking at your card while waiting in line at a bank or grocery store, or while buying holiday gifts."

At CorporateHolidayEcards.com, we specialize in e-cards that exceed the average. Impress your clients with tech-forward designs and smartphone viewable images and text. Check out our samples, send yourself a test and place an order today!

Posted: 2015-11-06


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