Client Gift Idea for Christmas – Personalized Memo Pads

It is that time of year and you are wracking your brain for a simple item of value you can send to your clients (and prospects) that will make you stand out in their minds without going over the top. Well here it is.

I featured this idea last year and was reminded of it the other day when I was in a client’s office and she was jotting down her to-do list on her personalized memo pad I sent her last Christmas.  Actually she was down to her last 5 pages so I better get them into production.

I am a big believer that too much emphasis is put on the sender and not enough on the recipient. When you send something to your client that is all about you, how much time do you think people spend reading it? What if you could send something to your clients that showed that you value their business and ensures that your name and phone number stay at the top of their mind.

Click on the images below for samples, but keep in mind there is no limit to what yours can look like.

Sample Personalized Note Pad 2 Sample Personalized Note Pad 3 Sample Personalized Note Pad 1 Mike Blaney Xmas 2008 Memo Pad Page 7

Why not send a personalized note pad? For as little as $ 3.99 per client you can give them something that will have value to them, they will keep as long as the pages last and differentiates you from all of the other suppliers.

All you need to do is email me a list of names, agree on the layout and I can have the pads laid out and printed right where you live. (some restrictions apply)

Call Mike at 800-568-8338 (Vancouver 604-618-5512) or email me at

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One Comment Add yours

  1. It would be good if these pads had a “running out? Call us for more” type of reminder in them when you get most of the way through, like you get in a cheque book. That way they would have a reason to call up the sender and it would give them another chance to build the relationship.

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