Holiday cards

Okay…seriously…get your holiday cards out. You’re running out of time. Even if you have no stake in the holidays, this is a prime marketing opportunity to thank your clients for their business over the past year. If you want to avoid the holidays all together, consider sending out New Year’s cards. I did this last year. People aren’t expecting to hear from you in January and so it’s a great way to stand out from all the holiday mailings. In fact, many people called to thank me for the cards and to talk about their business plans for the coming year. If I didn’t have such an interesting campaign set up for this year, I’d be doing New Year’s cards again. (I’ll be talking about my holiday mailing campaign soon, but not till I’m sure all my clients have received theirs!)

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  1. This sound very scam-like, I hope you do more than just cash 10% (like marketing, …).. . The 90% will be a tax deductible expense, so you are only taxed on 10%. However you will be totally liable for everything that goes wrong with the sales (like import duties, VAT, sales tax, guarantees, …)

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