You’ve written your heartfelt message and placed the card in the mail — now what? How long does a card take to arrive?Continue reading
The rumors are true. Postable’s free online address book really is THAT great. In the age of all-things-digital, having an online address book can come in real handy. Think you’ll never need someone’s physical mailing address? Think again. How will you send that personal birthday card or send out those thank you notes for your kid’s latest birthday party. Surely you don’t think sending a quick text message on your mom’s birthday is going to cut it? Or think posting a giant ‘Thank you’ on your relative’s Facebook walls is sufficient? Personal birthday and thank you cards are kind of a must. Sending snail mail is all part of being an adult, but collecting and organizing mailing addresses doesn’t have to suck. On that note, sending snail mail can be as easy as sending an email with Postable. Just pick a card, write your message, choose your recipient from your handy free online address book and click send. Postable does the rest. Yes. It’s that easy. Continue reading
If you’re one of those people who’d prefer to go to the post office to send out your holiday cards from your own town, you’re probably going to want to order a box of holidays instead of having Postable mail them for you. Getting a head start is a good idea. This way you’ll avoid the holiday rush delivery times and your box of holiday cards will be waiting for you when you’re ready to mail them out.
And remember… Even if you’d like the box of cards, you can still choose to get them pre-stamped and/or pre-addressed for you. If you’re not sure how to order your box of holiday cards here is a nifty little tutorial! Continue reading
You’ve created the perfect card. You’ve written a message or two (or three) in said card to get mailed directly to the recipients. You’ve made it all the way to checkout when you realize just how beautiful this card is… You must have a blank copy for yourself (maybe even 10). You get the picture, you may find yourself in the cart yearning for a blank version of the card you just created. OR you may want to send yourself blank cards to begin with. Not a problem. Checkout the mini-tutorial below to find out just where to click to make this happen. Continue reading
Everyone knows that Postable makes sending snail mail as easy as email, but did you know we can also mail you a box of cards? Sure, we print, address and mail the cards out for you, but if you’re feeling crafty and want to write the cards yourself or place an extra photo inside we’ll mail you a box. You can choose to have the envelopes addressed or not and we can even mail you a box of cards with messages already inside. Whatever you fancy, we got you covered.
Postable offers bulk rate discounts for businesses when you pre-purchase Postable credit. This essentially locks in a discounted rate to your Account. To pre-purchase credit, follow this mini-tutorial.
So you’d like to write a card now, but hold off on sending it for later? Getting a head start on sending out those Birthday Day cards is really easy. You have two options when it comes to scheduling your cards. Continue reading
If you’ve been using Postable to send your greeting cards for a while. you probably already know that there are a ton of features to help you make sending your snail mail easy. Continue reading
You’ve collected your friends’ and family’s mailing addresses for your free address book and now you’re ready to get even more organized. You wanted a better way to organize your address book and we listened! The new groups feature is here and it’s especially handy if you’re planning your wedding or any event like a baby shower. If you’re using Postable to organize your business addresses, using groups can help you cluster clients into specific categories. The new groups feature lets you gather contacts from your address book into categories so they’re easy to find when you’re writing thank you cards to your bridal party or sending baby shower invites to your closest lady friends.
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