Surprise Your Clients With Paperless Christmas Greetings 2016-12-12T01:57:24+00:00

Only few weeks to go before Christmas! Send your clients a Christmas e-card now. 

Select from our templates or let systEmise create a personalised image – how about a Cartoon Card of your team? 

Cartoon – $49 for 2 Custom Characters

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Happy Holidays – $9.95

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Santa Hats – $9.95

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Santa – $9.95

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Seasons Greetings – $9.95

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Silent Night – $9.95

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Bright Star – $9.95

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Christmas Tree’s – $9.95

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Festive – $9.95

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Prosperous New Year – $9.95

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Wondering why you should use a Christmas e-card instead of traditional cards?

Here’s a short list of reasons why.

Cost-effective

Sending e-cards instead of traditional cards will help you spend less money. No more waiting to finish printing lots of copies of your traditional cards. Using e-cards, you just need to import your email list then one click to go live and all your client will receive a special Christmas greeting from you. An excellent way to brighten up your clients’ inbox.

Wider audience

Once you published your e-card, remember that you can also put it on your social media channels like Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Instagram and more. You will reach a wide audience in just one click.

A way of surprising your clients

Adding a personal touch to your Christmas e-card will make your client feel special. You can also put a short feel-good Christmas greeting video to paint a smile on your client’s face.

Donate to charity

Donate the equivalent amount saved on postage and printing to a valued charity and inform your clients of this. I am sure they will appreciate your gesture. This year we donated to the Philippines disaster fund and already have had clients “like” this idea