The ecard – the only choice for business this Christmas!

It’s easy, cheap and you can do your bit for the environment too, and with the continually growing popularity of the Internet and advancements in technology the rise of the ecard is well and truly underway.

” We predict we are going to see a 200% increase in sales in ecards this year due to the combined factors of cost cutting, environmental and an increased usability of technology.  Last Christmas we produced ecards for companies including Texaco, McCain’s, SAS Airlines and SpecSavers – it’s definitely a growing trend,” says Ed Myer of offers a fantastic selection of high quality animated ecards, offering a uniquely interactive experience for the recipient. It’s fast, easy to use and far more cost effective than sending out traditional cards.

And what’s different about this site is for a £20-50 one-off fee, 10% of which goes to charity; you can upload a personal message, add a company logo and send to unlimited recipients. And rather then having to provide a database of recipients, you will receive a link to your ecard which you can send from your email to your whole address book.  This also doubles up as a great marketing opportunity as you can add extra information into the email, such as Christmas opening times, offers and promotions.

“Many companies just don’t have the same budget this year for Christmas, so ecards are a great alternative.  Not only do you save on card costs, postage and carbon footprint with ecards, but you save staff time stuffing and sealing envelopes, not to mention the endless time spent chasing directors’ signatures for conventional business Christmas cards,” says Myer.

With a range of ecards to suit many industries, they are sure to bring a smile to any recipients face! So to see exactly why your business should send ecards and spread some seasonal cheer, click on:

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