Emails of “Marry Christmas” are nice. Electronic greeting cards are even better. But nothing beats a paper card in your hand. Business Week writes about a company that can send greeting cards for you. All you need is a computer!
Business Week writes Touchpoint relaunched Cardstore.com in order to offer a quick, efficient, and affordable way for small businesses to create cards. It incorporated new features, such as more efficient address book uploads and more card selections. Within minutes, a customer can select from more than 2,000 different cards, choose an image, write a message, and send 10 cards or 1,000 cards with a turnaround time of one business day.
Images can be selected from Cardstore.com’s own collection or users can upload their own digital photos. And Cardstore.com prints, addresses, stamps, and mails the cards.
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