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* Always write from your heart.
 
* Always write from your heart.
 
* Research on the event that you’re planning to do an ecard on.
 
* Research on the event that you’re planning to do an ecard on.
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* Link your website or blog to your Studio profile in order to promote your artwork.
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* Highlight your Studio profile on social networking sites, so that you can have your own fan-club.
  
 
=== Don'ts ===
 
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* Confuse with contradictory concepts in one ecard.
 
* Confuse with contradictory concepts in one ecard.
  
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Latest revision as of 00:28, 22 September 2009

Do's

  • Check out dimensions and see which size will work best for your ecard.
  • Write in simple, lucid language.
  • Have clarity of idea for both your design and words that will appear on your ecard.
  • If you're putting a copy, on your ecard, use short, crisp sentences.
  • Use familiar words, words everyone will relate to.
  • Always write from your heart.
  • Research on the event that you’re planning to do an ecard on.
  • Link your website or blog to your Studio profile in order to promote your artwork.
  • Highlight your Studio profile on social networking sites, so that you can have your own fan-club.

Don'ts

  • Use material that you don’t have copyrights to alter, or distribute.
  • Cramp in too many ideas together in an ecard.
  • Confuse with contradictory concepts in one ecard.

If you want to contribute to this section of the Studio wiki, send us your tips to studio@123greetings.com.