Snowflakes Improve Holiday Sales

Snowflakes are beautiful!

For the Winter Holiday sales season handcrafted snowflakes are the perfect touch. They lend an aura of a mystical winter wonderland to any room, house or office decor.

You may ask "What has snowflakes got to do with internet marketing?"

A free gift with every order gives you the competitive edge over your competitors.

Everyone likes getting something for free. And what better time for gifts than Christmas time!

Reward your customers with the enjoyment of a unique free gift not available in stores. You'll make your customers feel special! And that means more sales! Your customers will know that you have a real interest in them as people, not as mere sales prospects.

Include a beautiful snowflake free in your orders and you'll improve your Christmas sales 100 percent!

There are two ways you can do this:

You can tell your customers that they will receive a free gift with every order. The suspense of not knowing what the free gift is makes it even more exciting and fun! Some people will order just for the fun and expectation of getting a free gift! They wonder what could it possibly be?

Or simply send it along with the order. Finding an unexpected gift will greatly enhance your customers appreciation for your first rate service.

You don't need to go to any great expense for your free gifts. It's the "thought that counts."

Unlike pens, pencils, calendars and other items that have a temporary lifetime give something that will last forever. It will always remind them of you and the excellent service they received by ordering from you.

It will make a huge difference in your sales for the upcoming year. Customers who receive exceptional service will order again and again. That means repeat sales and more money for you.

Snowflakes are available at my website listed in the box below.

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Author: Marilyn Pokorney Freelance writer of science, nature, animals and the environment. Also loves crafts, gardening, and reading. Website:

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