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Holiday eCards - Examples and Options

Sarah Miller, President, Set Now Solutions and CorpNote

By Sarah Miller

As people are preparing for Thanksgiving, Season's Greetings and Christmas eCards, one of the most common questions I get is, "What will my eCard look like when my recipients see it?" There are a couple of ways people can view your eCard so here are some examples:

Another way you can see a sample eCard is by using our Free eCard Demo and sending an eCard to yourself. Members have more designs to choose from for Thanksgiving, Season’s Greetings, Christmas and New Year’s eCards but this will give you a general idea of what the process looks like. The demo lets you build a card by changing colors, creating a custom message and then sending the eCard via email. Free eCards are limited to the ‘Display in Browser’ method discussed above, where the recipient receives an email that contains a link to view the final eCard in a web browser.

While the Free eCards system gives you a great feel of what it’s like to create a CorpNote eCard, our paid service offers you much, much more, including:

I hope you found this blog helpful as you are researching your eCard options for the upcoming holiday season. For answers to other popular holiday eCard questions, check out our newly updated white paper: Everything you ever wanted to know about sending Seasons Greetings and Holiday eCards.

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