(PRWEB) May 13, 2014
Ecard Mint, a leading provider of custom e-cards for business has created a YouTube Channel in an effort to diversify the company’s online presence and provide another platform for users to browse their collection of animated email cards.
The London-based business has been developing new animated e greetings for organisations since 2013. Up until now, previews of the company’s customisable designs have only been available directly through the Ecard Mint website.
Latest videos added to the channel include retirement, thank you, congratulations and leaving e-cards. More cards are to be added in the coming months, including new designs currently in development.
Ecard Mint has an existing presence on social media sites such as Facebook, Google+ and Twitter but is looking to expand its reach and take advantage of the world’s largest video sharing site. Company Director, Nick Hellman comments: "Along with our active company blog and presence on the major social networking sites, the addition of Ecard Mint’s YouTube channel gives us the opportunity to take a more integrated approach to our marketing strategy."
Discussing further advantages of the launch, he continues: "It makes complete sense for us to showcase our animated ecards on YouTube; it’s a visual medium and we put a lot of effort into making our designs look great. If there’s potential to share our ecards with a wider audience, we want to be a part of that."
The website also have a wide range of static digital e-cards for various occasions; their catalogue includes the popular Christmas and Birthday card categories along with other more unique collections such as Motivational business ecards and Humorous e-greetings.
http://www.ecardmint.com is a provider of bespoke business e-cards with over five years’ experience in the industry. Based in London, the company was launched under Katie’s cards http://www.katiescards.com/ to offer a specialist B2B service for corporate greetings and marketing communications. For more information, follow Ecard Mint on Twitter and LinkedIn.
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