Your friend will be directed to the Sendcere website, directly to the card location showing what you shared on Facebook.
If a card posted in Sendcere is shared on social media (Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, etc.), and someone clicks on the link posted in social media and sends the card, whose customer will they become?
If they are not already a SendOutCards customer, the person who shares the card to social media gets the customer, regardless of who originally created or Collected the card on Sendcere.
If I post a card in Sendcere and someone else shares it on Facebook, who will be the sponsor of the customer who clicks on the card to send it?
To send a card, an account must be created. If someone were to share a card from Sendcere to Facebook, for example, and a new prospect clicked on that card to send it, they would be prompted to log in. If they didn’t already have a SOC account, they would be prompted to create an account. So, the account would be linked to the distributor who shared the card on Facebook, regardless of who originally created the card.
This open sharing philosophy is similar to that of Pinterest and other social media platforms. The difference being that Pinterest is a collection of everything from recipes to shoes, while Sendcere is solely focused on greeting cards, making it simple for users to visually locate exactly what they need, when they need it!
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By Lynn Huber
p.s. Anyone in the world can use and send cards from Sendcere! You don’t have to be a customer and you can just send one card if you want!
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