The best way to write a sympathy card is to be genuine and simply say what you feel

Using Online Sympathy Cards

Posted: June 22nd, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Sympathy cards online are post direct, which means that you can send them right away to the recipient’s mailbox. Moreover, it is an environmentally-friendly way of expressing you sympathies. Although the best option is always a physical card at this time, there are instances when a sympathy online card is the perfect choice because of its convenience. However, not all the time that it is an appropriate gesture of sympathy. Whether you should send an online sympathy card or not depends on different factors

It depends on the person, the seriousness of the loss and how soon after the death you are sending a card. A sympathy card online is appropriate if it has been a while since the loss and you just want to send a message of encouragement fast. It is not a good idea to send an online sympathy card the weeks after the death since the recipient may not be checking his or her email.

A sympathy online card could be sent as an e-card or through various social media networks such as Facebook, or you can share in on your blog or site. These cards are absolutely free. Just like all rules of etiquette, you have to use your best judgment. People are different and what one considers rude may not be rude for the other.

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