With the holidays approaching, it’s time to start planning December holiday cards for your clients. Sending business greeting cards during the holiday season is a simple and effective way to show your clients you appreciate them. It’s also a great way to build brand loyalty.
Keep reading for 10 sample December holiday card messages for clients.
To find the best holiday message, you need to consider who you’re writing to. You want to captures your audience’s attention and share genuine holiday greetings with them. Consider why each client supports your business and what their interests may be. This will help you create a holiday card that stands out.
Before you send holiday cards to your clients, it’s important to understand why you should send holiday cards in the first place. And, the reality is, the answer is quite simple.
For one, sending holiday clients shows that you care. Even though sending a card might seem like a small detail, it can leave a lasting impression on clients and shows them that you really value their business.
Holiday cards are also a great way for you to keep in touch. They foster open and frequent communication with your clients, which is important if you’re wanting to maintain strong relationships.
Let’s not forget that most clients showcase their holiday cards, too. That means that your holiday card on display suddenly becomes a marketing tool that can lead to customer referrals to your business.
Finally, holiday cards make your clients feel good. As a business owner, your job is to keep your clients excited and engaged, and holiday cards help you to do just that.
There are a few writing tips that you should know about sending holiday cards. This will not only make your job easier but will help you to leave a lasting and positive impression on your clients. And, speaking of impressions, that brings us to our first writing tip. When sending holiday greetings, you need to make sure that you’re leaving the right impression. Your holiday cards should be good quality and should show your clients that you care about them and about the relationship you have.
On top of that, you should make sure that your card is personalized. When holiday messages are personalized, they show that you didn’t just send out mass cards, but that you took the time to sit down and voice your appreciation for your clients. It’s this sentiment that makes holiday cards truly powerful. For example, if you are writing for a witty client, sending them a funny Christmas card may be exactly what it takes to build a stronger relationship.
Christmas and holiday cards for clients should also be handwritten. Handwritten cards show that you took the time to create something unique for your client, and are another way to add to the personalized feel of your cards.
Finally, when sending business Christmas greetings it’s important to maintain a professional tone. Even though you’re sending holiday wishes, you don’t want the card to be too casual. Maintain and respect the business relationship that you have with your client when you write out your letters.
Now that you know the why’s of writing holiday cards, let’s take a look at what you should put in a card. We’ve put together 10 sample messages that will make your holiday card pop and will keep your clients coming back.
This simple yet effective greeting is a great way to send general greetings to your clients. It’s the perfect line for business owners who aren’t religious, or if you’re not wanting to send anything that could imply a religious affiliation.
On top of that, this message states that it’s from the whole office. By sending greetings from the entire company instead of just one or two people, you’re showing that your business as a whole cares about your clients.
By including your customers in the same sentence as your friends, you generate a sense of camaraderie. This is a great way to help boost your relationships and help your clients feel more confident with your business.
Once again, this business message takes a neutral tone. Rather than referring to a specific holiday, the card focuses on celebrating the holiday season and wishing your client well for the days to come.
The beauty of this message is that it can easily be swapped out for other greetings. If you’re sending business holidaycards to clients who don’t celebrate Christmas, you can simply change the word Christmas to Hannukah or Kwanza.
A short and sweet holiday message, this is a great choice if you’re wanting to thank your customers cheerily. It conveys to your customers that you’re thankful for their business without being so direct.
If you want to focus on Christmas specifically, you can do so with this warm Christmas greeting. This message also shows your customers how much you appreciate and value their business.
Everyone knows that the holiday season is a time for spreading good cheer and staying thankful. And, with this chipper holiday greeting, you can convey those sentiments to your customers.
For customers that celebrate a specific religious holiday, you can switch out the ‘happy holidays’ at the end of the greetingfor another phrase. that way, you can customize and personalize this message so that it better suits your clients.
Another short and sweet business Christmas card message, this one gets straight to the point without beating around the bush. It’s a good option for teams who want to convey warm holiday greetings to their clients.
If you choose to include specific holiday names in your greeting, you want to be sure that you’re sending the card to someone who celebrates that holiday. Otherwise, your warm greetings can easily turn sour and can harm your relationship.
Every good business holiday greeting should not only thank your customers but should also hit home that this is a holidaycard. You want to ensure that your customers feel you are spreading holiday cheer and not marketing to them, and this simple message does so perfectly.
If you’re wanting a slightly longer greeting, this is a great one to use for your clients. It’s perfect for more formal cards where you want to express your gratitude to your clients but don’t want to make the message too short.
Plus, longer messages have more of a personalized feel. That can make this warm greeting feel more genuine to your clientele, making your card extra effective in the long run.
Another short and sweet greeting to add to your collection, this message keeps things straight to the point. Even though it’s simple, it’s a powerful message and acknowledges the relationship that you and your client have, making it an effective holiday business greeting.
With all these warm greetings in mind, you’re probably ready to write some of your own business holiday cards. And, using the tips in our guide, we’re sure that you’ll be able to do so successfully.
At Handwrytten, we have several different December holidays and card options to choose from. Select one of our religious holiday cards, whether it’s to celebrate Hannukah, Kwanza, or Christmas. Or, opt for general holiday greetings that wish your clients well during the winter season.
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