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Business Christmas Cards

  • Why send your business Christmas cards to clients?

    The benefits of mailing business Christmas cards to your clients may not be apparent right away, but upon closer inspection the three main reasons become clear. Especially during a year like 2021 where hopes for a full rebound after the hardships of 2020 have slowed, it's important to stay connected to clients and customers. Christmas is a great opportunity to help lift the spirits of customers and form the foundations of a more positive year ahead. Aside from the need for extra warmth, connection, and joy in 2021, there are three main reasons why sending business Christmas cards to clients makes good business sense regardless what struggles the previous year has brought. A yearly opportunity to thank your customers. Though you know how grateful you are for your clients, it's important to share this sentiment directly with them. Sending business Christmas cards gives you a great opportunity to thank your clients for their continued support, loyalty, and patronage throughout 2021 and beyond. A reminder of your services. Sending business Christmas cards to clients brings more than just joy to your clients' mailboxes. While your customers are busy preparing for the holidays, they'll be reminded not only of the thoughtfulness of your business, but the important services that you provide. This will help keep your company at the top of mind when your clients are reconnecting with their own circles during holiday events. A marketing and prospecting tool. Finally, one of the biggest ROI reasons for sending business Christmas cards comes in the form of return business. Yes, your clients will see a thoughtful business Christmas card, but this card will simultaneously work as your greatest holiday marketing tool. You can send all the holiday sale emails you want, but you'll never be able to achieve the same open rate as a beautiful and personal business Christmas card. We delete our sales email inboxes daily, but we'd never throw away beautiful stationery addressed to our mailbox. The key with making your business Christmas card work for you as a marketing tool is to avoid including any salesy language. Let the card work its own magic with a personalized message and a branded design. Your company logo will be fresh in your clients' minds without a bitter taste of sale.
  • How do I keep my costs low?

    While mailing business Christmas cards used to take hours upon hours of work (aka money money money), Postable has turned this task into something that can be achieved in less than one hour by one person. On top of the time saving (aka money saving) benefits to sending your business Christmas cards with Postable, you can keep your costs even lower by purchasing your business Christmas cards in bulk. You can choose as many different designs as you'd like and still buy in bulk. For example, if you'd like to use a different design for your clients vs. your employees, you can bulk these two together to keep your costs low. Use our pricing calculator to see how much you can save!
  • What personalization options do I have?

    Personalization is key when sending business Christmas cards and your options are limitless (almost). The following personalization options are available:

    • Upload your own photo (some templates allow for multiple photos).
    • Upload your company logo.
    • Incorporate and customize with your company branding and colors.
    • Choose a smart handwritten font for your message.
    • Personalized envelopes with recipient and return address.

  • What kind of photos can I include on my business Christmas cards?

    The sky is the limit. You can upload whatever photo you think is the best representation of your company. Before making your decision, think about your company culture and let that influence the photo you include on your business Christmas cards. Here are some ideas:

    • Team photo
    • Upload your company logo.
    • C-suite photo
    • Office building photo (especially if your customers come to you in person and are familiar with the building)
    • Product photo (either specific to each client or something more general)
    • Your photo (especially applicable for Realtors or anyone who works 1:1 with their clients)

    As always, feel free to think outside the box of what has already been done. Make sure to stay true to your company's personality, branding, and mission.
  • What business Christmas card themes are appropriate for my business?

    The same way you should consider your company culture and branding when choosing what kind of photo to include on your business Christmas cards, you should look to this when deciding on what the appropriate card theme should be as well. Some themes to choose from would be:

    • Merry Christmas
    • Happy Christmas
    • More general Happy Holidays (we also have business Hanukkah designs)
    • From all of us at [COMPANY NAME]
    • Customer appreciation (thank you)
    • From [COMPANY NAME]

  • What should I write inside the business Christmas card?

    Typically, when composing your business Christmas card message you want to thank your clients for their company loyalty, support, and patronage throughout the year. This is also a good place to wish them a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Keeping it light and joyful is key. However, times are a little different these days and only focusing on the positive might feel a little deaftone considering some of your clients may be facing some serious struggles. 2021 is a year like no other. 2020 was nothing like we've seen before and though 2021 showed some promise, it's been uniquely challenging in its own right. A great way to approach writing your business Christmas cards would be to acknowledge that 2021 has brought its own set of challenges without dwelling on them. Point to the elephant in the room and then swiftly shift to the positives of wishing joy for the season and optimism for the year ahead.
  • What is the pricing structure?

    The cards vary in price depending on how many you send. Our pricing is based on volume, so the more you send the less you spend (pretty catchy right?). Generally speaking…. 1 - 19 cards = $3.99 each plus stamp 20 or more cards = $2.99 each plus stamp We also have extremely discounted volume pricing which you can view here.
  • What is included in the price of each Postable card?

    Sending your business Christmas cards with Postable gives you way more bang for your buck. The price of each card includes not only the card itself, but all of the following:

    • ability to customize with photo, logo, and personal message
    • a selection of real handwritten fonts
    • envelopes
    • envelope personalization: color options, recipient and return addressing
    • printing and mailing services -- we print all the cards for you

  • Do you handle corporate Christmas cards?

    Yup, sure do! We've worked with businesses of all sizes, including handling large bulk orders with Corporate business. Get started by customizing your cards or feel free to reach out for any assistance to info@postable.com.
  • When should you send out business Christmas cards?

    Getting the timing right for your business Christmas cards is important. It's always a good idea to get them in the mail earlier than later. The USPS (hello traditional snail mail) tends to slow down during the holiday season and if 2020 is any indicator, they're going to slow down significantly in 2021. No need to panic. Having this information in hand, it's a good idea to send your business Christmas cards in early December. This way, your cards will arrive likely a little before Christmas giving your clients all the cozy feels leading up to the big day. If you wait until mid-December to mail your cards there is a chance they may get delayed. But again, no need to panic. Your clients will LOVE getting a card from their favorite business even after Christmas has come and gone. The beauty of Christmas cards is their ability to keep the Christmas joy around after Christmas presents have been unwrapped. Trust us, they'll still be in the Christmas mood December 26th.
  • Do businesses still send Christmas cards?

    Sure do. Considering the number of businesses we work with each year, they are most definitely still sending Christmas cards to their clients and customers. If nothing else, now is the time for more businesses to get on the band wagon. Everyone is yearning for more and more connection and snail mail is an easy way to make that happen. With that in mind, if you're unsure what holiday your client base celebrates you can always send more general business holiday cards to avoid isolating any of your business.