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Valentine’s Day Messages: Texts preferred over cards

How will you be sending Valentine’s Day messages in 2010? People are getting ready for a romantic weekend, but some may be disappointed with how they get that Valentines Day message.

Money News is reporting that research by shows changes in the way people send a message on Valentine’s Day, they found that 16 per cent of people will send someone they love a message electronically.

There are advantages to sending a Valentine’s Day text message, if you’re rejected, it’s not face-to-face. It’s also a quicker way for your Valentine to get their message. How will you send a Valentine’s Day message? Do you think it should be sent traditionally?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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