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    Mitch Gibson
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    Hi Everyone

    I am starting to get quite a few referrals which is always good.

    I am a huge believer in passing on the thanks.

    I am looking for gifts between $50-$100 to send to my clients.

    I would appreciate any ideas you may have, rather what you have received (and enjoyed) in the past or something that would bring a smile to your face.

    Thanks in advance,

    Mitch

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    Marius Ciocan
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    Highly recommend fruit baskets.

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    RymeraWebCo
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    Books? Wine? Magazine subscription?

    Great idea to give back to your clients that are sending you new contacts.

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    Jodie McLeod
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    Hi Mitch,

    I once received a double pass to the cinema as a referral gift – and I loved it! A more premium option could be gold class tickets…

    Referral rewards are so beneficial – good on you for taking the initiative!

    Cheers,

    Jodie

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    spinninghill
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    I was going to suggest movie tix or coles-myers vouchers. Something nearly everyone can use. If you get to know clients more you can then perhaps personalise them depending on their interests

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    Mitch Gibson
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    Thanks everyone for the great suggestions.

    My idea was to have a promotional schedule, where every month I send out an email newsletter with the latest referral gift on offer.

    Some really good options to choose from there.

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    The Copy Chick
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    Great idea. Gift cards are easy to post and can be used however the recipient would like. The subscription idea was another good one. Perhaps you could give your recipients a choice of magazine to suit their tastes.

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    adelphiprint
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    I would suggest try to use ones that don’t expire. Don’t you hate that, when you go to use it, you find its expired.

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