Bond Handwritten Notes

 Emily Zampardi  |    August 17, 2017

When it comes to communicating with clients in a relationship-based business like real estate, it's hard to beat a handwritten note. They have a nearly 100-percent open rate ‚ÄĒ far and away superior to digital communication ‚ÄĒ and add that personal touch that can help to ensure you and your gesture are remembered.

Some would say that writing notes by hand is a lost art, and while many agents would agree that there is definite value to sending personal notes, few actually take the time and energy to sit down and write them. It's understandable ‚ÄĒ in a business that is becoming increasingly paper-LESS, instant, digital messages are overwhelmingly favored over traditional snail mail.

Bond is an online service that aims to bridge the gap between digital and conventional communications by making it easy to order and mail personalized handwritten notes online. For $5 per card, you can choose from Bond's extensive gallery of customizable notecards. Add your personal touch by uploading your photo or team logo. Bond will even save your customized stationary in your online account to save you time for future orders. Next, select the handwriting style you'd like to use and type your message. If desired, you can add your actual signature to the bottom using your smartphone.

Once you've reviewed your note in the preview screen, you simply add your recipient(s) and payment information. Your card design will be printed on premium cardstock and Bond's robot technology will use an actual pen to write your message on the card, imitating the nuances of human handwriting. Within two to three days, your customized card will be mailed.

If interested in sending notes on a larger scale, Bond offers business solutions that provide bulk pricing and account manager who offer campaign support and guidance. Visit to learn more or to request a free sample.

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