Would you like to your customers, who appreciate the business they give you. Why not send a personalized birthday card business today. You can even buy them fixed local store or supply. Sold in bulk and you will always have a good supply on hand and ready to ship. Do not make them personalized with an impression of your company name or signature. Assign a staff person to sign and send monthly to recipients monthly, as needed. This will show customers and potential customers that you care even more by sending a signed letter in reality and not computer generated. This touch can help someone make a purchase at one time or the client into a loyal repeat customer. It helps you build trust and loyalty.
Add a special touch with your personalized greeting when you add a coupon from the company or something else as a surprise addition to your business birthday greeting cards. Maybe a freebie item or a discount coupon for your next purchase or service. If you are one of those people who really enjoy birthday, you could even go the extra mile and send along with the personalized birthday card with a pen, a calendar with the company logo, or a cup. If you find that it is not profitable to do this with every customer every year on his birthday, set a goal and send those who achieve this goal something extra. Or just take every few years or so, and send a special gift with your birthday greeting and a special thanks to their customers.
A birthday card business does not have to have luxury amenities. It can be simple, to the point of friction with a short birthday message for customers to know they really appreciate. Before thinking from this recognition of birthdays, I suggest you let them know why you're asking your date of birth. Let them know that occasionally you want to send something with his birthday card to show your appreciation. From the date of birth is not a necessity in the application or the status of your purchase you can ask for what you're asking. So make sure they know what they do not feel you are trying to invade them. And sometimes people do not like to have a card "just appear" in the mail one day, but can also be invaded by this and you could lose potential customers this way. If you ask the customer for their date of birth and does not want to not push the issue. This could ultimately make a good idea at a bad idea and, in turn, could lose their business.
If you do not want your customers to feel invaded by when asked for his personal birthday, she could always choose to send an alternative. Celebrate the birthday of their business with a card sent to acknowledge his birthday business customers with a discount coupon or prize to show his loyalty. You can build a good relationship with their customers in this way and not invade their privacy by asking your date of birth.
If business is based online, it might even be more appropriate to send their customers a greeting card online. Again, like the printed version does not have to be fancy, simple, to the point of friction is fine. An online coupon code or savings to their customers, along with the greeting of business is a great way to show care and appreciation of their business.