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Finding The Right Holiday Greetings Email Template

Posted by Christin on December 11, 2017

The holidays are a hop, skip and a few days away. Businesses and independent professionals everywhere are getting ready to close shop for this calendar year. Business is wrapping up, the obligatory gifts have been exchanged, and the hilarious snaps from holiday parties have been plastered on Facebook feeds everywhere. There’s only one thing left to do – send out those holiday emails to all of your customers. It seems simple, right? Just send an email saying happy holidays, and you’re done. But wait! Not so fast. A clever holiday greetings email There’s only one thing left to do – send out those holiday greeting emails to all of your customers. It seems simple, right? Just send an email saying ‘happy holidays’, and you’re done. But wait! Not so fast. A clever holiday greetings email can help boost your sales and be great for businesses of all kinds. Going beyond a standard “Happy Holidays!” message can help set the tone for customer/client relationships in the coming year. Not sure what to say, how to say it, or what type of email template might be right for you? Allow us to break it down for you with a few of our favorite examples! Going beyond a standard “Happy Holidays!” message can help set the tone for customer/client relationships in the coming year. Not sure what to say, how to say it, or what type of email template might be right for you?  4 clever Holiday Greetings Email Templates 1. The Simple…

Merry Christmas From Around The World

Posted by Jason Ephraim on December 22, 2015

How Mailbird Says Merry Christmas     Mailbird has team members all over the world: A fact we are super proud of. That’s why we thought it would be extra special if our team members could show you how they wish our awesome users a Merry Christmas and happy new year in their own native language! Just In Time For The Holidays We’re hard at work on some amazing new features, including account import (which we are planning to have ready Q1 of 2016). But, we wanted to offer our users a little something more out of Mailbird in time for Christmas. That’s why we recently unveiled our new sidebar wrapper options, allowing you to “wrap your Mailbird” like a Christmas present. Read how in our recent post.    A Special Gift, From Our Team To You To help you celebrate this holiday season, we wanted to get you a little something. That’s why we are extending our 1 hour 50% off promotion until Sunday, December 27th. That means, if you have not upgraded to Mailbird Pro (yearly or lifetime) you can get it right now at 50% OFF! We know you will be busy wrapping presents, and visiting family members. By extending this discount, we hope you can enjoy your time with your loved ones and check out Mailbird Pro without having to worry about rushing. Visit our pricing page for more information including the features of Mailbird Pro. Click Here to Get Mailbird Pro for 50% Off!  …

The Top 10 Holiday Internet Security Tips You Need To Know

Posted by Jason Ephraim on November 26, 2015

With the holiday season, and some of the world’s biggest online shopping days, fast approaching, we wanted to take a minute to help you better protect yourself online. It’s an unfortunate fact that as you email friends and family, or buy gifts from online retailers, you can also unintentionally expose your sensitive information and  devices to hackers and scammers. That is why we collected this list of the top 10 internet security tips that you can use to ensure you have a happy holiday season, free from things like: Viruses Identity Theft Fraud And more 1. Always Check For a Secure Connection Before Entering Payment You should never enter details like your credit card, social security number, or anything beyond your name or email if the connection is not secured. If you are ever prompted for sensitive details including credit card numbers or your address, simply check the address of the page. If it is secure, you will see the URL preceded by “HTTPS://” with the “S” indicating “Secure”. Your browser may also use a shield or lock symbol in the same address bar. If the page does not appear to be a secured connection, do not enter your information. 2. Never Enter Information In A Popup This can be confusing, given that many sites use what are called “modal windows” for prompting users. For instance, you may come across sites that activate a modal window asking you to log in. These are not popups. Why? because they are a…