Your customers are inundated with ads, requests, and “special offers” from companies every day. So if you ask them to tell a friend about your stuff, you’re job is to make it really easy (and fun). And while we say this a lot, there are many different ways you can help your customers talk about you.

Here’s a great example from MyPublisher, an online photo book company. With one customer’s order, the company included a gift card to pass along to a friend, complete with this fill-in-the-blank card:

How cool is that? They could have gone even further for this customer if they took care of the postage, too — but it’s still great.

How are you making it easier and more fun for your customers to spread the word about your stuff?

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