Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Holiday Cards - Trends & Etiquette

Now that it’s November, I guess it’s safe to start talking about the holidays. So, are you sending out holiday cards this year? Need advice on business holiday card etiquette? Here are some articles that might help:

Boosting Business Relationships with Holiday Cards
From the Small Business on washingtonpost.com

A tip: Send your card early in the season. Most people leave their cards up until after the holidays, so yours will be in view for a longer period of time.

The 8 Rules of Business Greeting Card Etiquette
From About.com

Don’t forget the personal touches – sign your name, handwrite the address, and send to the home address if you know it.

This Holiday, Say It With an E-Card
From Entrepreneur.com

To cool for stuffy, old paper cards? Maybe try an e-card this year, and share photos, inspirational messages or a little whimsy.

3 comments:

Darrin Conroy said...

And never send out a holiday fax. Ugh. Those are gross.

Greg said...

My wife just received our photo Christmas cards from a site called Magnetic Messenger and they are fabulous! Photo cards that are magnetic so our family can display them on their fridge! Just thought I'd share the tip!

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