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All About Popcards

All About Popcards

by Shaista

What are Pop cards?

Popcards are a new kind of greeting card that combines the best features of paper and digital. They’re printed on high-quality card stock with designs from artists worldwide but can be viewed as a video using your mobile device. The best part is you don’t have to wait for them to arrive in the mail – they download instantly! You can use Pop cards as an easy way to send love from afar or keep up those friendships you’ve been neglecting lately.

Pop cards are a particular type of greeting card that is as unique as the recipient! In this blog post, I will tell you all about Pop cards and how they work.                                       

What do Popcards look like?

They are small square cards, about 2 1/2 inches by 3 inches. They’re adorable and fun, but they’re printed in black and white only (on recycled paper stock, of course). You can find all kinds of Pop cards on the website. Some feature hand-drawn designs, while others have photography and graphic prints. There’s something for everyone.

How do you send Popcards?

That’s easy! Just write your note, address your envelope (be sure to include the recipient’s name and address), affix postage to it, seal it up, then drop it into any blue mailbox. That’s right! Postage is already paid for these fabulous cards. You can send a card from anywhere in the world, and it will be delivered to your recipient for only 44 cents!

When do you send a Popcard?

Pop cards are terrific anytime, anyplace. They’re trendy during holidays of all types: Christmas, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve/Day, Valentine’s Day, Easter . . . you name it! Remember that special day with a cute Pop card on which you’ve written a loving message. Or ignore the calendar and send one because it’s on your mind! You’ll brighten someone’s day for sure.

Where are Popcards sold?

POP CARD is a brand name. You can purchase these fun greetings in supermarkets, drugstores, hobby shops, or wherever cute cards are sold. Once you send your recipient the card, they’ll probably want to buy some fun POPCARDS of their own! Make sure to buy an extra one for yourself . . . you’ll want to keep it on file in case you receive an especially funny or clever one that you’d like to save!

Who uses Popcards?

Everyone uses POP CARS! Both kids and adults enjoy sending them because they’re cute and different from all the “serious” greeting cards in the world. Whimsical messages will make your friends and family smile.

Why do people send Popcards?

Because they’re cute, fun-loving, and attractive! Sending out POPCARDS is a great way to let someone know you’re thinking about them. A “feeling mail” will make anyone’s day! Kids use Pop cards because it’s an original way to say hello or goodbye . . . the recipient has to open the card to learn what message is inside. It’s like getting another birthday present . . . who wouldn’t love that?

What are some examples of Popcards messages?

Here are just a few of the many cheerful greetings that come with every Pop card: “Hey, Creep!” “You’re not so hot.” “Have a nice day . . . bye!” “Greetings from Mars” “You’re lookin’ good.”

How are Popcards constructed?

They’re made of heavy-duty paperboard, have their message printed on them, then they’re shrink-wrapped for protection. You can see through the wrap to read the card inside. Some Pop cards even come with cool 3D glasses, so you feel like you’re looking into another world! Each one has a real working (miniature) envelope and stamp as an added extra feature. 

What makes Popcards unique?

They take HTML encoding to a whole new level! All Popcards are encoded with real URLs, so when you send them through cyberspace, they’re automatically directed to the actual website where their special greeting is programmed. So when your card arrives at its destination, you will have just sent that person a personal message from that site. MAKE SURE your POPCARD goes from sender to recipient within ten days or less–if it’s beyond this time limit, it won’t work anyway.

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