Match.com Appeals to Singles on Christmas with Singles Greeting Cards
When I was younger I always wanted to have an annual Christmas card with my family. With us changing pretty much year by year it amazes me to see family photos, but I still don’t have my Christmas card portrait. Then as I got older I would fantasize about taking cute photos with my husband in coordinating festive sweaters with our dog, then with our children. A girl can dream can’t she?
Well, until I have a family of my own, my holiday greetings can suffice with digital cards created exclusively by Match.com.
Yes, that Match.com. You know the site your uncle suggested you sign up for at Thanksgiving a couple of years ago. They are appealing again to the Millennials with 2016 Holiday themed cards that allow you to fill in the blanks in four pre-designed templates.
You can go the Naughty or Nice route, brag about your achievements this year, share what made your year lit, or even express your inner desires for 2017.
You don’t even have to sign up for The dating website/app to use the card designing platform. Once you’ve added your words, upload a photo and hit download. They make it more appealing to share your Singles Greetings on Facebook and Twitter with easy share buttons. Me on the other hand? I may just download the image and mail them out to family, with the first ones on the list being my grandpa in Florida who asked when I was going to get married last month.
And to me, that’s the beauty of this clever marketing ploy holiday card. But in all seriousness, you’re single and you’re not ashamed to be, nor should you be. You’ve been through a lot this year, and whether that has been on your own or with good people who came into your life, then consider all joy that you made it here, #Blessed.
Why not commemorate that with a festive card?
Singles Greetings cards can be taken with your cherished pet, kids if applicable, or good friends whom who’ve done life with in 2016. People with partners are not the only ones who have reasons to share their love and happiness. This time of year can be depressing for singles, so this card is a reminder to look at the good moments, accomplishments and breakthroughs that you’ve had; your light shining through your kind gesture can inspire someone else to live unapologetically single—and happily might I add.
Being single is, as one of the cards say, very “lit.” We have so many parties and functions to go to this time of year, plus church services and volunteering opportunities that you won’t have to sulk in being solo. To spare you the “singleness is a gift” message we’ve come to know in church, I just encourage you to have joy and share with others in the way that makes you unique, card or no card. Have a blessed Christmas with the joy of the Lord!