Creating a first impression that lasts

Do you know how to make a lasting first impression?

I am sure you have heard the old saying you never get a second chance to make a first impression.  First impressions are important, not only to us personally, but to our business as well.  Have you stopped and considered the first impression your customer gets?  How about the first impression of a prospect you meet outside of your place of business?  A first impression can be a single moment or a complete experience. Most of the time, it is the complete experience of meeting a person for the first time or doing business with an establishment for the first time.

In the Forbes article entitled “Five Tips to Create a Positive First Impression”, the author writes:

Why are first impressions so important? “First impressions matter when you want to build a lasting trust,” says Robert Lount, an assistant professor at Ohio State University. “If you get off on the wrong foot, the relationship may never be completely right again. It’s easier to build trust after a breach if you already have a strong relationship.”

When a customer does business with us, the first impression they get extends from the start of their experience to the conclusion of the experience.  Many people have discovered the amazing power of following up with customers and prospects with a note sent through the mail, typically written in a card. A personal greeting card with a personal message can create a top notch first impression of you and your business with a new customer.  These people have realized the art of creating a first impression that lasts and that creates trust and loyalty and results in increases in repeat business and referrals.

Business owners tell me taking the time to write and send customers a card to is just too much for their already busy schedule.  I promote a revolutionary system for sending greeting cards and gifts called SendOutCards.  Customers can create and send a personalized, physical greeting card, and even a gift, right from any device within minutes. However, many business owners still feel overwhelmed with the idea of having to learn to use the system.

Need help with a first impression? There’s a kit for that!

Does that describe you? I’d like to introduce you to a new exciting product from SendOutCards.  SendOutCards has just released the First Impressions Kit.

This kit includes our Custom Brand Manager. This allows you to brand the back panel of your greeting card.  It also includes a Custom Signature. This tool lets you add your personal signature to the message. Most importantly, the kit includes six campaign cards, ready to go right out of the box.  The campaigns include three cards printed on our attention grabbing black silk finish paper.The kit also includes the same three cards on our Pearl White paper stock. The cards include a “Thank You” card, a “Nice To Meet You” card, and a “Celebrating New Possibilities” card.  Each card has a prewritten message inside and a template for easily inserting a personal picture.  In conclusion, the message can be sent as is or easily modified and personalized.

Now business owners can take advantage of the SendOutCards system and the power of a personal follow up note. All it takes is just a few clicks.  SendOutCards offers a system that is both powerful and robust. This includes thousands of stock cards in hundreds of categories with the ability to create custom cards using personal photos and images. It also offers a gifting section containing hundreds of gifts. Furthermore, a customer can learn and use the system simultaneously with the new First Impression Kit.

If you have been waiting for a sign, this is it! Contact us at Turnaround Tour ShopPros and schedule a call with a team member about this great system.  You can even test drive it then send a couple of cards on us. Take a few minutes and find out why many say SendOutCards is the best relationship marketing platform on the market!

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