The makers of Postagram and other photo printing apps want to build their business into a dominant, gift-focused e-commerce venture. But how? Sincerely CEO Matt Brezina shares his vision and tells us: "We’re scaling thoughtfulness."
I don't have the time, inclination, or energy to wrangle another 300 or so holiday cards, signatures, and stamps. Nor do I want to send the message of impersonal, mass-delivered inauthenticity. Thanks to the pervasiveness and ease of modern video technology, there is another option.
Thanksgiving has become an alternative greeting card holiday. I get this because we're so inundated at Christmas it makes sense to want to beat the rush. I used to get actual cards in the mail. This year, I received some some emailed greetings. Ugh. Why do people think this type of outreach is a good idea?