18 Nov

Giving Thanks with Holiday Greeting Cards

Don’t forget to give holiday thanks to your business customers and partners.  You still have time, for instance, to order greeting cards with your company name embossed or a personal greeting.  You want something that looks professional, is business appropriate, and says that you remember those who count.

CardsDirect has a great selection that you can order online, like this one (the one I am ordering):

Holiday greeting card for business

 They also have a really helpful blog that gives tips about greeting cards.  You can tell somebody spends a lot of time on it.  I never realized you could write that much about choosing and sending greeting cards and that it would actually hold your interest.  

There’s also a greeting card etiquette section.  You can even send in your etiquette questions to be answered by Ms. Etiquette.

Anyway, if you plan to go the Christmas card or Holiday card route, don’t wait.  Tempus fugit. 

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  1. Amanda said on November 19th, 2007 at 6:38 pm

    Boy they sure do have a great selection. Something for everyone. The blog does have a wealth of info. Thanks for sharing the links.

  2. EJMalyn said on November 19th, 2007 at 9:35 pm

    Love the Holiday Card Etiquette. Agree, that all should be hand-signed, makes it more personal. Great site. Thanks Anita!

  3. Chris said on November 20th, 2007 at 2:15 pm

    Many businesses do not see the importance of Holiday greeting cards anymore. I, however, disagree and think it’s still quite thoughtful to send a Holiday wish and a ‘thank you’ to those who deserve it. They have a very nice selection and I like your choice – very tasteful. I never would’ve imagined there was so much to say about the subject – but their blog certainly proves me wrong.


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