On Tue, 11 May 2004, Ian White, G3SEK wrote:
-> Peter Laws wrote:
-> >Is it because I don't use fancy QSL label software
-> More likely the reason is that *they* use a computerized system, that is
-> set up to produce one card per station, and they simply didn't notice
-> that you needed one card per band.
I don't care if it's one card/QSO or just a label with all the QSOs as
long as all the QSOs I QSLed are CFMd! Certainly one card is cheaper.
-> Every card, both sides...? Beyond a certain point, the more you write,
-> the less likely people are to read it.
I went through my logs and found the stations that I had on 3, 4, or 5
bands and sent one card to each listing all QSOs. All cards had notes on
the front that there were more QSOs on the back.
-> They might have got the message better if you'd written it just once, on
-> a bright yellow Post-it.
Maybe this is a better strategy - thanks!
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