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Next Day Flyers Giveaway: Enter to win 250 Business Cards!

People blog for all different reasons. Whether you do it to find a support system, to support your family, or both, one thing is for sure: if you write it, it’s usually because you want someone, anyone, everyone to read it! But how do you get the word out? :?

Have your ever considered having business cards printed to help promote your blog? If you had a stack, you could have them at-the-ready when you meet a new contact or business owner you’d love to promote. You could hand them out when meeting new, like-minded friends you might want to keep in touch with. Why not leave a few behind at the local coffeeshop and hope the world discovers your fabulous portal into the world of [insert your blog niche here!] :D

If you think business cards might be the ticket to a bigger readership for your blog, Next Day Flyers is just the place to help you out.

An online printing business specializing in postcards, business cards, greeting cards, specialty die cuts and lots of other marketing materials, Next Day Flyers offers fast turnaround, competitive pricing and high quality business cards, and they even have an online design center where you can create your own business card layout.

Best of all, this is a company that is dedicated to supporting small businesses. All products come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and they are committed getting your order out quickly and accurately.

“Next Day is more than just a name, it’s our promise. Print ready files completed and approved by 6 PM PST are printed and ready to ship out the next business day.” ~Next Day Flyers

Next Day Flyers has offered one lucky ABCGP reader a full set of 250 personalized business cards! This is the perfect opportunity to try out a new way to promote your blog or business. There’s no telling where one of those lucky cards might land – the potential is limitless!

Enter using the easy Rafflecopter form below. Good luck! :)

*Prize will be one set of 250 standard business cards, printed on 14 PT card stock in full color on the front side and black and white on the back. Open to continental US only.
**ABCGP was compensated for this post. I was under no obligation to provide a positive review, and all statements and opinions are my own.

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Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?

It’s an ongoing debate – one that really hits a nerve with some people.

Merry Christmas OR Happy Holidays!? Which do you say? Is either really offensive?

In my opinion, yes.

I may be dumping out a whole can of worms here, but here’s my take on it:  If there’s Christ in your Christmas, my omission of the actual word sure as heck isn’t going to change that. And, if you automatically assume that since you celebrate Christ at Christmastime, I must too, well, that’s kind of a big assumption, now isn’t it?

I say “happy holidays” (or even just “Have a great day!”) and I can be found regularly asking people what they celebrate, if anything. I find it interesting, and I think it’s nice to acknowledge that people celebrate all different kinds of things. If I am not familiar with your holiday, that’s even better. Tell me about it, and why it means something to you. But you’re not going to hear a general Merry Christmas out of me, unless I know you well enough to know it’s appropriate. If there’s one thing I’m sure about this season, it’s that Christmas may be a holiday, but it’s not the holiday.

OK. #endrant.

Since I have friends that celebrate in lots of different ways, I prefer to send out very general greeting cards during the winter season. That’s why I always get my cards from Shutterfly. Sure, they offer holiday-specific cards, but they also offer a ton of cards that carry just the happy, heartwarming sentiment I want, without being so specific as to alienate anyone. With their selection of holiday cards and greeting cards, I can feature a beautiful photo and send the same card out to all of our family and friends, sending our love and wishing them the best the season has to offer.

The only problem is narrowing down my choices! I love so many of them!

This may be this year’s winner. What do you think?

Do you wish people a “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays”? Does either offend you?

Do you believe you should wish people a Merry Christmas even if they may not celebrate Christmas at all?

Are you a blogger? Want a chance at 25 free cards this holiday season? Register here:http://goo.gl/DDw7Q



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