‘You there! What day is this?’ ‘Why today, today is Boxing Day.’ ‘…Oh.’ Did we miss it? Anyone who knows anything about blogging, and indeed sending ecards, knows it’s hard to miss getting the right day. If we can be frank, this is not what you would call a ‘live’ broadcast. At the time of …
Anyone who knows anything about blogging, and indeed sending ecards, knows it’s hard to miss getting the right day. If we can be frank, this is not what you would call a ‘live’ broadcast.
At the time of publication, Ecard Mint is closed for Christmas and we can therefore confidently wager that at least one (and most likely more) employees are currently slumped in an armchair thoroughly wiped out from watching too much telly and eating too many Terry’s Chocolate Oranges.
In fact, if you’d allow us to pull back the curtain just a tad more, we can actually reveal that this blog was written and scheduled to go out a week ago.
Modern technology, eh? Marvellous.
And as we were saying, if you’re familiar with sending business e cards you’ll know that one of the many, many wonderful things about internet and email marketing, is the ability to dictate the exact time and date that you can put your communications out there. This works especially well if you’ve had the good sense to research when marketing emails are best received. See this insightful article about scheduling from the Econsultancy blog for more information.
So no – we didn’t miss it. We we’re simply waiting for the right time.