Emails and Greeting Cards can work together.

Emails and Greeting Cards can work together.

Emails and Greeting Cards can work together and in fact, combined they can deliver double the value.

I know I have been banging on about sending physical “thank-you cards” through the post to express your gratitude. Plus the importance of sending your customers other greeting cards, like birthday and Christmas cards in the mail. It lets them know in a very personal and meaningful way that you care about them and consider them to be very important to you.

I really believe you can’t beat SendOutCards for its personal touch. Nor for its efficiency and economy. Nevertheless, you can use Email to deliver your message as well. Combined, emails and greeting cards make an awesome method of communicating.

Maybe some of your customers have only supplied an email address. They, of course are just as deserving of your gratitude and receiving a simulated card, via Email. One of the beauties of sending a physical card is that you can also include a real gift. However, you can still add a pseudo gift to your Email greeting while you’re at it. Something like a virtual bunch of flowers, a piece of poetry, or a singing message could fulfil this.

Best of all would be to combine these two systems, Emails and Greeting Cards to deliver your good wishes. An email and a greeting card sent at the same time will be doubly effective. If there is enough value in the transaction, you could add a real or physical gift to fully express your gratitude.

Emails and Greeting Cards

With SendOutCards you can select from a vast array of gifts and gift cards. It can be included with your card and sent at the same time. If you are using Email, you can send a real gift separately through the mail.


Sending cards and emails is a vital component of effective Relationship Marketing. Contact us now and let us show you what can be accomplished. 

Ron and Sue
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