The Big Day is HERE!

The time has come, the moment you’ve all been waiting for; the most anticipated launch in SendOutCards history!

We are incredibly proud to introduce to you, the latest in SendOutCards’ tech development, a stellar Relationship Marketing product and a shiny new asset to add to your SendOutCards business tool belt, the Custom Brand Manager.

SendOutCards is all about customization. We have taken the ability to make your greeting cards unique to a whole new and very exciting level. We know there is no better way to make yourself known, stand out in a crowd and create your mark as a brand than with complete creative control over your marketing and relationship building tools known as greeting cards.

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Is this for business or personal use? 

Hear from Kody as to why you should brand yourself and your business! This new tool is the perfect partner to Relationship Marketing!

Hear from Steve and Vanessa in this exclusive webinar!

But wait, it gets even better and you only have 72 hours to participate!

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 Shout it from the rooftops!

This is one announcement we know you will want to share with YOUR world so we have made it incredibly easy for you to share the news with your family, friends, colleagues or potential business prospects!

The Custom Branding Package Promotional Flyer!

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The Official Press Release!

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You can find all of the official details and information about the Custom Branding Package on our new web page!

So what are you waiting for? 

Buy yours now from Purchase Products, item code #11442.

“People don’t buy your product; they don’t buy your service, they ultimately buy into you!” Kody Bateman

  2 comments for “The Big Day is HERE!

  1. mchen
    May 28, 2015 at 3:28 pm

    I would love the brand manager a lot more if it actually worked with internet explorer.  Support tells me that Microsoft updates too frequently for them to keep up.  So, no IE.  I have to use one of the hack browsers to make it work.

  2. RD
    June 6, 2015 at 4:21 pm

    mchen I understand the concerns of the IT team at Trying to keep up with changes to web browsers can really slow down the delivery of services. IE, as good as it is, is slipping in the rankings of use, having to contend with the likes of Chrome, Opera, Safari, and FireFox. None of them render web pages exactly the same, so whenever a company changes its code, there is always the possibility that the code that forms the core of one’s own product would have to change. Aside from all this, when Windows 10 is introduced in July, 2015, Internet Explorer will no longer be the browser distributed with the new operating system.

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