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In the days of text, when even email is on the wane, it can be easy to get sloppy with business writing.
I mean IDK what’s the problem with sneding qiuck communication if it looks great and its tech freindly lol?
Yeah, no. Case in point. Don’t settle. Stand out. Write a better business letter!
“Death in the Envelope” sounds like a great BBC special, doesn’t it? If you thought it was just fictional fiancées involved in envelope-related debacles, think again! There are a number of incidents—murder mysteries included—involving the humble envelope, and not just Sherlock Holmes or Harriet Vane. We’re talking real history. We’re starting a new series of blog posts that track down some of these stories. So grab a glass of wine, some tea and biscuits, and snuggle up for Famous Envelope Mysteries, Part 1!
If you haven’t seen the Seinfeld episode “The Invitations,” where George’s fiancée dies from envelope glue, take twenty minutes and treat yourself. (You can pay on YouTube or watch it free, in slight fast-motion, on Dailymotion.) Then come back and read this blog where we offer three compelling reasons for making your life easier with our peel and seal envelopes!
It’s never a bad time to use your manners. But when do you send thank-you letters? People can often feel the love just fine without it. Other times, mailing a thank you note is best to express gratitude and keep tabs on the relationship.
As you celebrate the holidays responsibly, you have to weigh your resources in the balance with hospitality and generosity. And when it comes to greetings, parties, and gifts, there’s a third party to consider: the planet. It has limited resources, too!
If you run a business, church, or non-profit in the 21st century, you’re not at a loss for marketing options. Where you might be at a loss is figuring out how to sort through all the options to make your best moves. The high-touch “touchable” stuff, like direct mail, phone calls, and hand-written notes, haven’t gone away, all the while new, faster, digital options—like email and social media—are cropping up in more and more sophisticated ways.