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Anyone send holiday cards to clients?
To potential clients?
To old clients you haven't heard from in a while?
Does it work? Does it make you seem like you're looking for work or lame?
kinda too late, isn't it?
- and i think it works and it's not lame. i think it's friendly.iCanHazQBN
- And even if it seems like you're looking for work, people like ambitious people.iCanHazQBN
- ...If they see you put some effort into getting their attention, they'll want to use you.iCanHazQBN
- Yep, what he says. Right on.fyoucher1
I thought only big agencies did this so they could enter them into next year's design awards. ie. No.
Well ya, some with gift cards, most of my clients are my friends.
Yep, custom cards, personalized envelopes, hand written notes, and a Jawbone Mini Jambox to clients, all packaged and wrapped up nicely. Takes forever though, a solid 4 full days (sent 24).
Nah, doesn't make it look like you're looking for work. Lets em know you appreciate them. Lil' late in the game though at this point. I get all that started in September every year.
Old clients and prospects I just sent a card though.
we handmade cards, ended up with only 8 ready to send out to the top clients.
I send an email blast out and make a custom card/image each year.
It seems a little overkill sending a 'real' card, unless the client is giving you consistent and TONS of business. I guess I need to find some of these clients in 2015!
(I have given iPads as a thank you, laser engraved, etc., for large project, but that's not a norm)
Yep. Hand written notes go a long way actually.