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Bridging the gap between a personalized phone call (wouldn’t that be nice) and a stale generic email update, introducing a polished solution to introduce yourself to new clients and say hello to old ones. Meet our latest concoction from Design Aglow, our all-new Virtual Postcards! Jessie of J. Passon Artistic Portraiture shares, "I purchased the Virtual Postcards last night and knew that I wanted to send one out right away as a boost to get clients to book summer sessions. It was super easy to customize the wording and colors to reach my objective, style and brand. I sent it out to clients via email and posted it on my blog. I love the design options and how versatile they are! I can foresee utilizing the Virtual Postcards many times on my blog and through emails throughout this year and the future. Thank you for products that look so wonderful and are so easy to use!"

Thanks for sharing, Jessie!

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