Exquisite Kids Greeting Cards are now an option at Cardly UK

Cardly.co.uk has taken the plunge into the especially competitive Kids greeting cards sector. They say that their key focus is to make available beautiful designs and selection is a fundamental feature and Claire Louise Cards will be at the centre of their website.

Online PR News – 13-July-2012 – Manchester – Cardly.co.uk is a internet store founded in England who has fairly recently branched out into the Kids greeting cards industry for the first time. Their main concentration is in offering to mum's and dad's, the most magnificent cards for their children and friends kids.

Cardly’s most recent addition to their product portfolio is thought to be very certainly something to ‘shout about’. It's the introduction of Claire Louise Kids card series. Claire Louise has been creating and publishing Kids cards for quite a while now and her experience in realising the markets is eager to assist Cardly in moving into this market with a great affect.

Cardly have begun their investment with 40 different designs of Kids cards, of which, more than half are designed by Claire Louise. The employees of Cardly.co.uk reveal they are always seeking to give to the buyer a brilliant selection of alternative, by permanently looking to multiply the size of their product range.

About Claire Louise Kids Cards: The establishment is positioned in the United Kingdom. Claire’s cards are generally design based and lots are decorated with cute pets as the center, including crocodiles, koala’s, donkey's and alternative pets that kids love. Claire Louise, as well gives prints and posters, which are obtainable at a lot of web retailers across the United Kingdom.

Whilst discussing the transgression made by Cardly UK with Matthew James, the managing director, he said “Claire Louise is a fantastic designers and we're sure that her choice will stand out from the crowd on our site. We are extremely proud that we are allowed to exclusively print and send messages and photo’s on special inserts for the cards, which we just know our clients will cherish”.

The Kids greeting cards market is said to have been ‘very stagnant’ for a while now, and that any share of the market acquired by Cardly will be of the direct expense of any competitors, though it would seem that Cardly UK have ‘mapped out promotion procedures’ to make sure that anyone seeking out a Claire Louise card online will hit upon their product range first. Currently showing on page one of Google, Matt said “We hope to rank number 1 for Claire Louise Cards within 12 months and require a very passionate set of Search-engine specialists working on this aim”.

The Cardly site is presented through many ways, these include Google, Yahoo and Bing, not to mention direct at www.Cardly.co.uk. The customers may also be able to generate an account, which can be be used each time they buy your cards from Cardly.co.uk.