Free Thanksgiving Day ECards 2014: Top 5 Best Sites To Send Holiday Greetings
A guide to the best free Ecard websites for Thanksgiving. Above: A school girl holds a Thanksgiving card in Los Angeles in 2011. Reuters
If you're tired of ponying up your hard-earned paycheck to pay for expensive greeting cards, Ecards may be your best bet. Send your loved ones a virtual greeting this Thanksgiving without paying a cent by following our guide to using the top 5 best free Ecard sites. With options ranging from funny to religious, you're sure to find the perfect card for everyone on your list.
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Why Holiday eCards are Better than Paper
The turkey is long gone, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday have made their exits. Now we’re officially in the 2014 holiday season, which is a golden opportunity to wish your stakeholders well and thank them for another memorable year. If this were our personal lives, many of us would simply buy a nice card and drop it in the mail. Case closed. When it comes to business communications we should make the most out of each time we touch our customers and colleagues. That includes what we send to celebrate the end of the year. Before you call the printer to discuss card stock and postal rates, take a moment to consider how an eCard can deliver more than just holiday cheer.
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iGreet e cards -- If You're Going to Send an ecard, Send the One That Does the Most Good
Help launch iGreet, an online greeting card (www.iGreets.co) company that wants to share a generous portion of its profits with independently verified charities and the people who send and receive its e cards.
iGreet's founder, James Bertrand, lost several family members to cancer and heart disease within a relatively short time and through these losses was inspired to create a different type of greeting that could change countless lives – one card at a time. He says, "To the iGreet family, philanthropy is much more than writing checks. It's our passion as well as our soul, fiber and driving force."
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS ETIQUETTE, DECODED
James Hirschfeld, cofounder of Paperless Post, can pinpoint the exact moment we collectively started thinking about the holidays this year: It all started November 2nd, when daylight saving ended. "It’s like some sort of deep-seated animalistic instinct," he says. "We see an incredible spike in traffic when daylight saving happens; it's like it clicks in everyone’s minds subconsciously from one day to the next that the holidays are upon us." And it’s true, it’s suddenly time to take care of important holiday business: making a Christmas list, finding the least awkward family photo for the annual newsletter, and buying stacks of greeting cards to send colleagues, business partners, and clients.
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Linkedin for Business: Season’s Greetings eCards & Other Flubs
T’is the season for… an overwhelming abundance of Linkedin greeting cards. There is little more aggravating to a supremely busy executive than an inbox filled weekly with dozens of “season’s greetings e-cards” from dozens and dozens of random strangers.
My guess is that an “expert” or three claimed it was a brilliant idea to “foster a personal connection with all the people in your network by… sending Linkedin greeting cards!”
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