Do You Use E-Cards In Your Home Business?
E-cards and postcards…do you use them? A discussion evolved about this at a blog I read regularly.
I used to open e-cards and enjoyed receiving them. Then spammers and hackers began using them for their own reasons, even to infect our computers with viruses. So there is only one person whose e-cards I’ll open. (Some say they don’t even open cards from people they know from concern someone may have “borrowed” their friend’s e-mail.)
However, people still like to receive cards and notes in the postal mail. So I spend the postage to send these to customers and special people in my life. I regularly send postcard updates about my business and products to customers and find the results are worthwhile.
What’s your take on e-cards? Do you trust them?
Or have you begun using postal notes to touch bases with customers, friends and family?
(c)Mary Emma AllenTags: business communications, customers, e-cards, e-mail, e-postcards, hackers, home-+-biz-+-notes, home-based-business, home-business, Mary-+-Emma-+-Allen, postcards, spammers, viruses