BROOKLYN, NY (PRWEB) June 7, 2006 -–
"80% of businesses that have 'personal rapport' with their customers get 20% more repeat business," states Everaldo Gallimore, Branding Coach with Gallimore Design. Getting "personal" by remembering birthdays, saying thank you and congratulating people for their successes, helps business people be more effective and prosperous. Gallimore has just released an animated e-box Father's Day card, http://www.gd-ebox.com that helps entrepreneurs stay "top of mind" with their customers, partners and stakeholders and solidify relationships.
The e-box cards are a mini-branding tool to help people reconnect, remember, build relationships and get more clients and revenues. The specific themes and the personalization (your name, your company, your website or email) are popular with online businesses and individuals. "We purchased the Gallimore Design e-box cards http://www.gd-ebox.com because of the impressive visual presentation," says Roger Madison Jr. of iZania, LLC. “The high-quality e-box cards fit our distribution needs for communicating directly with our audience of more than 4,300 subscribers. Our customers like the greetings and from a marketing standpoint, we received a high click through response.”
The e-box cards, http://www.gd-ebox.com are easy to select, personalize, order and use. Order by June 7th and save $5. All e-box cards are a great marketing value since they can be sent an unlimited number of times to as many emails at you want. "I got great feedback when I sent people my personalized e-box cards. The images and music got the attention of business prospects," says Eric Frazier of Eric Frazier Music.
For more information, contact, Everaldo Gallimore at 718.484.9495. Gallimore Design, http://www.gallimoredesign.com is a branding strategies and graphic design firm that provides corporate identity services, websites, print and online marketing and e-box cards. Satisfied clients include Motown Records, ABC Television, Avon products, Dannon Yogurt and BCT Partners (Randal Pinket, "The Apprentice" winner’s firm).