Dreaming of a Corporate Christmas?
What does Christmas mean for your company? For most it means
sending out a whole load of Christmas cards to their
clients, wishing them a 'Merry Christmas' and a 'Happy New
Year'. How nice! However, unless Rudolph-the-Red-
Nosed-Reindeer is your logo; the cards you send are unlikely
to have a lasting impact. Thatís a whole lot of envelope
licking for very little return.
"It lets your customers know that you care"
I would not for one second suggests that businesses
shouldn't send Christmas cards to their clients. Itís good
practice. It lets your customers know that you care. But
there has to be a way to maximize impact. A way of ensuring
your card and your business is remembered by everyone that
sees it. Good news. There is!
"Improving brand recognition"
Why not customize the cards you send with your own company
logo? It's simple and it works, leaving a lasting
impression, improving both brand recognition and customer
loyalty in the years to come. I am sure that you are
thinking, "The local card shop doesn't sell cards with my
logo!" Well, thatís the beauty of the internet, it provides
every service you could ever need.
"All businesses can benefit"
One of the best things about this service is that there is
no minimum order limit. This means that all businesses can
benefit, big or small. Furthermore, your logo can be accepted
in most formats, including: JPG, GIF, TIF, PDF and
EPS. However, you will have to ensure that the graphics
submitted are at minimum 300dpi (dots per inch). This is
simply to ensure a quality product; I know you wouldn't want
to send your highly valued customers anything less. As with
many things in business, planning is the key. You should
expect a gap of 2 - 3 weeks between placing your order and
receiving your cards. Considering the quality of the product
and the potential benefits, this is very little time to
"Success and high profits"
Despite what their Christmas lists might say, we all know
what the average business owner wants from Santa - success
and high profits in the years to come! So make sure your
corporate Christmas wish comes true and send logo branded
Christmas cards to your clients!
About the author: Thom Jenkins writes for JKomp.com. For more
information on Business Christmas Cards visit
http://www.CardsDirect.com. CardsDirect has been providing quality Business Greeting Cards and Holiday Cards to Fortune 100 companies for over five years.
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