How to Send a New Year's Greeting Card Email Online

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Most people love to receive a "Happy New Year's" card on Dec. 31. It helps to remind them that there's a brand new year coming, complete with New Year's resolutions and the feeling of a fresh start. However, New Year's is a very busy time, and finding the extra hours it takes to purchase, address and send a card could take too much time away from your busy day. Instead, it's cheaper, easier, faster and greener to send an ecard to your special recipient.

  • Find a site that you would like to use to send your card. Blue Mountain, Hallmark and 123 Greetings are all good examples (see Resources).

  • Locate the "Send eCard" or "Find a Card" button. Select this. Usually the card genres will be separated in a list, so it's easy to find exactly what you are searching for. Search for the "New Year's Menu."

  • Select a card that you like from the icons that appear. When you click it, a new screen will appear prompting you to fill in your information. (Depending on the site, you may be asked to preview the card first).

  • Fill in the information that you would like to give. This includes your name, email address and possibly credit card information. (Do not be afraid to purchase a card online. You would have bought one in a store anyway).

  • Continue by selecting any buttons that prompt you to move to the next step. The next step will allow you to customize your card by filling in the name and information of the recipient. You can usually add a nice message as well.

  • Select the "Send" button. Most sites will allow you to select the option to receive an email when the card is delivered to the recipient. By choosing this, you will be sure the card arrives.

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  • Hallmark: Hallmark Corporate Information
  • Photo Credit new year and christmas card image by araraadt from Fotolia.com
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