Forgot Holiday Cards? Send New Years Greetings

If you forgot to send holiday cards to your clients this year, it is not too late to make it appear that you still care. Sending New Years greetings has many benefits, most importantly the “warm fuzzy” factor. Sending a few brief thoughts to your clients will help them to think of you as a decent human being and will also help them to remember you when they need legal assistance. If you are able to make it seem as though it wasn’t that you forgot, but you meant to send a card for the New Year, it can be better than typical holiday cards in a number of ways.

It stands out from all the typical cards

Most holiday greeting cards have become just that: most holiday cards. The generic card has taken hold—especially for the business holiday card—so much that it becomes a complete waste […]
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Forgot Holiday Cards? Send New Years Greetings is a post from the law practice blog: Lawyerist

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