Ryze - Business Networking Buy Ethereum and Bitcoin
Get started with Cryptocurrency investing
Home Invite Friends Networks Friends classifieds

Apply for Membership

About Ryze

Send Out Cards
Previous Topic | Next Topic | Topics
Post New Topic
Idea's for How to Send Unexpected CardsViews: 1292
Jul 26, 2006 4:01 pmIdea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

Karen Steele
Just thought I would give an idea and also get some ideas on how to send an unexpected card.

ok, here is mine.

How about sending an unexpected card to someone you know in a nursing home or maybe someone your parents or grandparents know. Upload a picture of a big bright flower and tell them to have a wonderful day.

Just a thought.


Customer Relationships,ReferralMarketing,

Private Reply to Karen Steele

Jul 26, 2006 4:28 pmre: Idea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

Ronald Hunter
I love that idea. You could call a church and ask if they have any members in a nursing home if you dont know anyone.

Men Working From Home http://mangroup-network.ryze.com/
Movies Make Me Smile Network http://movies-network.ryze.com/
Heart of Parenting Network http://heartofparenting-network.ryze.com/
Send a free card and try our great system http://GreetingCardDemo.com

Private Reply to Ronald Hunter

Jul 26, 2006 5:01 pmre: Idea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

Mary K Weinhagen
Now THAT'S a great idea, Karen...

So today I'll share the 'game' my grandkids and
I have created around sending an unexpected card.

The two-year-old draws a letter from his pile
of alphabet magnets...

The twelve-year-old draws a playing card (we combined
two decks and to expand the numbers drawn :-))

Then, we go into my Card Manager, bring up all the
people who's name begins with the letter chosen,
count up (or down) to the number on the card drawn...

and THAT person gets a card!!!

If there isn't anybody that 'matches' our draws...
we set ourselves the challenge of finding someone
who will 'fit' our selection.

It's been great fun and incidentally... it's really
had the effect of growing my contacts!

~~Mary K

Private Reply to Mary K Weinhagen

Jul 26, 2006 8:12 pmre: Idea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

Lawrence Jackson
Great ideas all. This one isn't orginal but it is effective. Drive around with your digital camera looking for realtor signs in the yards of homes for sale.

Take a photo of the house with the sign in view and send an unexpected card to the realtor.

Private Reply to Lawrence Jackson

Jul 28, 2006 8:16 pmre: re: Idea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

Diane Winters
I sent out two cards to two realtors.... and a prospect today...


Private Reply to Diane Winters

Jul 29, 2006 3:49 amre: re: re: Idea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

Kim Emerson
I love the game idea and I plan to add this to Grandma time with my little grandlovie. Thanks for a terrific new idea Mary.

This is not an unexpected card but it is a great idea. I have a friend who will remain nameless cuz it is supposed to be a secret who sends birthday cards from the RYZE fairies. I have had a lot of people trying to get the information from me but I will never tell!

Blessings to all for abundance in every area of your lives!
Discover Your Royal Birthright

Private Reply to Kim Emerson

Mar 01, 2007 5:08 amre: re: re: re: Idea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

Carlos Scarpero www.ItsAboutResults.com
Or the troops overseas. There is a great site called anysoldier.com to get addresses.

Visit The Mentoring For Free Ryze Group
Start Your Day Off Right With A Positive Quotation

Private Reply to Carlos Scarpero www.ItsAboutResults.com

Mar 01, 2007 9:59 pmre: re: Idea's for How to Send Unexpected Cards#

greg cryns

Well, the idea is new to me!

Do you have more for realtors?

Thanks for sharing.


Want to learn about Web 2.0?
Go here: http://www.squidoo.com/goaffiliate

Private Reply to greg cryns

Previous Topic | Next Topic | Topics

Back to Send Out Cards

Ryze Admin - Support   |   About Ryze

Ryze Android preview app

Testing Gets Real: blog on A/B testing, building businesses with feedback loops, by Adrian Scott

© Ryze Limited. Ryze is a trademark of Ryze Limited.  Terms of Service, including the Privacy Policy