It’s the perfect platform for thank you missives that can be personalized and shared, giving a public shoutout to someone who’s done you a solid. Here’s our how and why of using Facebook to say thanks. Thank you scenarios There are endless ways in which Facebook is ideal for sending a thank you note.
That’s where Facebook comes in. It’s the perfect platform for thank you missives that can be personalized and shared, giving a public shoutout to someone who’s done you a solid.
Someone’s given you/your child/your pet a gift. Snap a picture of the recipient with said gift and create a photo post, tagging the giver as a thank you. You get to show her how much the present was appreciated and she gets a public shoutout for her thoughtfulness.
You enjoyed a delicious meal at someone’s home. Be sure to grab a tasty-looking image of the food and the next day, post a Facebook #foodgram complimenting his amazing cuisine and tagging him as the chef. He’ll be flattered you liked the food so much to create a post.
You were invited to a party or other event. Take some arty shots and create a mini-gallery on Facebook, tagging the organizer. Make sure you mention details (the decorations, the venue, the music, etc.) so the organizer knows you really noticed the small things.
Of course, you could always make your own digital thank you card and upload this as a Facebook image. A variety of sites and apps can help. We like the Red Stamp app for iOS. It lets you pay to create real cards and send them, but also gives you the ability to make free digital versions.
You can choose from a great selection of thank you card templates, add images and designs to make it personal, then upload your finished design to Facebook, remembering to tag the individuals you want to thank. Read more…