I have added a Google+ Page for my SendOutCards, Independent Distributor business.
I have added a Google+ Page for my SendOutCards, Independent Distributor business.
If you have a gift, retail or wholesale SendOutCards account and have not yet activated your birthday and anniversary reminder system, here’s how to do it:
Log into your SendOutCards account. (Don’t remember your user name or password? You can either click on the "Forgot Password" link or you can call SOC Customer Support at 801-463-3800 during business hours Monday-Friday.) Go into the "Edit Personal Info" link (right side of Main Menu) and be sure you have checked the box to give permission to receive email reminders from SendOutCards.
Start asking people for their birthdays and enter them into the Contact Manager that is built into your system. You can use the anniversary field in the contact record for any important occasion you want to remember each year. (Example: An insurance agent may want to remember a policy anniversary to send a reminder card about doing a review.)
You will receive email reminders at least a week before the birthday or anniversary date for each contact, and a link will appear on the left side of the SendOutCards Main Menu under the search tool. The link will take you to the contact record or the appropriate card area in the Card Catalog depending where you click on the link.
Building relationships happens when you show people you care.
Can you join me for dessert and coffee the end of next week?
SendOutCards has updated their compensation plan. If you are interested in a part-time or full-time home-based business where you can earn a significant income by showing SendOutCards to people and helping them to get started using the system, then come and hear about this opportunity.
I hope you will join us.
I've been using Google Voice long before it was Google Voice, it was known as Grand Central in the beginning. So many folks have asked me for invitations, but over the years I've only been able to share this amazing service with three friends. Now anyone can enjoy the magic.
Check out this website I found at twitter.comThat's right, sign in at wave.google.com (no invitation needed) or enable your Google Apps domain http://bit.ly/9ga9nD. Many have asked me for invitations and I was always able to accommodate the request. Now, invitations are not required. I hope to see you surfing a Google Wave soon.
As I approach my next advancement at SendOutCards to Senior Manager, my role and activities will soon change significantly. Although I will continue to focus on the powerful SendOutCards product when networking and showing the system to potential card senders, my focus is shifting to presentation of informational meetings designed to introduce the SendOutCards business opportunity, and supporting team members to be successful.
I will host these gatherings at 6:45 PM on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month at my home. These hour-long meetings will feature a brief video about SendOutCards geared to inform guests about the company's lucriative compensation plan. Oh; and to give Janet a chance to try out tasty new desserts and coffees! There will be no sales pitch--just information offered in a casual atmosphere.
All of our friends and family are warmly invited to attend, and bring guests. Each person will learn how SendOutCards can assist anyone to build extra income or create the life of their dreams by sending cards and gifts to people they care about and showing others how to do the same.
Wow! photo books and calendars are coming.Photo publishing successesEquipped with four Xerox iGen3(R) Presses, SendOutCards, based in Salt Lake City, produces millions of customized greeting cards annually."We printed and sold in excess of three million cards last December -- more than double our December 2008 sales," said Joe Kenemore, chief operating officer, SendOutCards. "Key factors for that sales spike were the print quality and production efficiency of our Xerox iGen 3 presses." The company plans to expand into the photo book and calendar markets this year.
I have been getting to know my Nexus One mobile phone over the past few weeks. It is, by far, the best mobile phone I have ever used.
Here is a review that itemizes some of the benefits of the phone along with a few concerns of some (I have had no problems whatsoever with the device): Google's new Nexus One phone is genius.
Posted on: 02.3.10
Our Guest Speakers were: John Davis (SendOutCards) and Paul Weidler (PC Auto Reconditioning)
John Davis reminded us of how effective a greeting card is to say Thank You to an existing client, or to remind a prospective client that you are prepared to serve them. Many of the members in attendance offered a grateful Thank You to John for sending them a Birthday Card on their birthday, and some told of the picture and message that John created on their birthday card that made it unique to them. Paul Weidler – the Auto Detailer in our chapter – chuckled when he reported that John had sent him a Birthday Card with a photo of an old rusty car just waiting to be detailed back to life. John Davis also reviewed the various time-management programs that are available to help each of be on-time, on-schedule and up-to-date with our communications to friends, family and professional acquaintances. John will speak to anyone interested in developing or nurturing their personal and professional relationships through the power of greeting card communications. For less than the price of a card purchased from a stationary store, you can personalize your very own card and have it placed into an envelope, addressed, stamped (with a stamp) and sent to your recipient on the day of your choosing.
Paul Weidler shared with us his love of vehicle restoration. Paul learned to detail in the service, right out of high school, and he has never lost his love for taking dirty, faded, scratched metal, glass and plastic and restoring it to showroom condition. In a time when many are finding it hard to purchase a new vehicle, Paul has the answer for restoring the lustre of the vehicle that we currently drive to look sleek and polished. Paul has gone through extensive training to be able to offer certified drought-respective washing procedure that makes it possible for him to offer his services in areas where common auto detailers are not accepted. Paul is looking for companies that want to have him available at their place of business to offer detailing services to each of their employees while they are at work.
March will be time for a new board of directors to be chosen, so Ron Cervi, Burt Feiser and Sheila Ragan were appointed to be the Nominating Committee to nominate new board members. Stay tuned to see who will guide us through 2010.
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Networking with friends at LeTip has given me an opportunity to assist business leaders to build relationships with customers, clients, family--anyone they care about. And, so many of my friends at LeTip have assisted me to build a very successful business. The synergy is awesome!
Oops, our holiday card was a bit strange this year. The "Dear First Name and Spouse Name" that began the message in every card is quite an embarrassment. Janet wrote the first draft of the card then turned it over to me to clean it up, add the images and distribute the content appropriately over the five panels of the card. Well, I found out too late that she typed in the "Dear First Name and Spouse Name" rather than inserting the appropriate name fields for the merge. I never noticed and sent the cards thinking the merge was ready to go.I hope all 146 recipients got a chuckle out of our error.Janet also decided that we would send all of the cards she purchased prior to my career move to SendOutCards. She has always been a prolific card-sender and had a huge stash of expensive cards that were growing stale in a too-small desk drawer were they languished with dimming hope of ever being sent. So, a number of loved ones got two holiday cards from us to wrap up the first decade of a new millennium. This seems to have confused folks who were already a bit rattled by the strange greeting of our holiday card/letter. What fun! That is all behind us now. Janet is grading final exams and preparing for classes to begin again soon. I am reflecting on the best SendOutCards year ever (the company doubled in size again in 2009) and gearing up for another banner year as SendOutCards explodes world-wide on its way to becoming a multi-billion dollar company. We wish everyone a prosperous and healthy new year.