Electronic Holiday Cards -- Admirable or Annoying?
Over at the InHouse Blog, Geoffrey Gussis can tell it's holiday time with the arrival of a stream of holiday e-cards. He wonders, however, whether this is such a good thing. For example, what if a spam filter catches the cards, leading an in-house consel to wonder why he didn't get a card? And he also asks more generally whether e-cards are a welcome development.
I'd say no. It's all too easy to send a holiday card by e-mail, and what's the point? Do you print it out yourself? Admire it and hit the delete key? Seems to me that if a firm is going to go to the trouble of sending cards, it might as well send a card that matters. Or as Tom Kane at Legal Marketing Blog says, the least lawyers can do is sign the damn holiday card!
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on December 15, 2006 at 04:47 PM | Permalink
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