Getting ready to order your customized holiday cards for clients? Are you personalizing holiday cards for employees this year? Once you’ve found the card design that suits your style, you’ll find that most holiday cards come with a generic holiday or Christmas-specific greeting (thanks, Hallmark et al). At this point you’re half-way there. All that’s left is to include some kind of sentiment that’s specific to your clients or employees. And sometimes that’s the biggest hurdle, but it’s important. Adding a personalized note moves your seasonal outreach from “got it done” to “top of class”. But what to write in holiday cards for clients? For employees?
To get started, let’s consider some general – but thoughtful – holiday card greetings.
You can expand on these holiday messages by writing how the employee or client matters to you, or reflecting on highlights or challenges of the past year. In other cases, you’ll choose to focus exclusively on the holidays. In any case, how to say it can be the biggest hurdle of the holidays! If you’ve got writer’s block, we’ve got your back.
Customers and clients want to know their business matters to you, that your customers are more than just a transaction. Here are tips for what to write in clients’ cards, including how to reach out to high-value clients:
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For employees, holidays are often a time for slowing down and spending well-deserved time with family and friends. Your employees will no doubt appreciate a personal holiday card from you.
Your custom business holiday cards are a great way to acknowledge the year that’s coming to a close and to encourage your team members to cherish the family and friends who are the most sacred connections in their lives. Consider including one of these sentiments in your Christmas card:
When it comes to the season of giving, it really is the thought that counts. Wishing your customers and team members a healthy, happy, holiday season is an important gesture that can be expressed in a simple offering. Make someone’s day this Christmas with a customized card or other gift.
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Once you’ve got your holiday cards for employees and holiday cards for clients written and sent out, it might be a good time to give yourself a holiday break. Maybe that’s a hot chocolate, a hot toddy, a Netflix night, or a long weekend of next to nothing. Relax in the knowledge that your holiday card or gift is sure to make the season just a little more special for someone, or lots of someones!
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