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Suggestions for Online Celebration E-mails and Cards

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Sarah Lee Parker

Are you thinking of sending cards, holidays greetings or e-Cards to your customers this year? All business in the end is about relationships, and sending something meaningful can be a lovely way to show your appreciation to your clients, staff and vendors.

One of the key things to remember is that no one has to participate in any part of the holiday season if they don't want to. If that's not a good fit for your business, then kick back and relax! If sharing the joy is your thing, then have you considered online options? It's a great way to save costs on postage, printing and design. If your webpage has a great framework, you might also consider a few posts or some updated imagery for a few months.

If you have a budget for a little seasonal cheer, perhaps consider something which also donates to a good cause, such as:

There are so many great great causes to support while also sharing joy and happiness. Sending cards is a wonderful way to show you acknowledge and appreciate the relationship. Always make the cards personal in a way that fits your company. No one likes to be lumped into a mass production, so take a moment or two to think of something unique to say.

If you want to update your web page, social media or blog posts, you can find heaps of non-denominational seasonal celebration images on free sites like Unsplash, Pixabay and Dreamstime. Remember to credit the photographers if you do choose free photos, or drop them a few dollars as a thank you.

Regardless of if you celebrate in the coming months or not, here from AimHigherWeb hope the year has been lovely, and we look forward to the challenges and excitements of the new year!

A candle sits on a wooden table. A lens flair shows as a spot of reddish light on the beige wall from the flame. Dried herbs sit in front of the candle.

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