The most amazing happened last week while in a card exchange situation.
In the midst of everyone trading the little rectangles of info, one of the group got repeated extended studies of their cards.
Their Moo.com photo cards.
Now, photos on business cards are nothing new, but it has either been printed on a photographic like paper, or was prohibitively expensive.
Not so with Moo.com cards. Quality printing,reasonably priced, fast service. Sounds like a trifecta.
We were so impressed with the print quality, we made a visit to their booth at PMA last weekend to get a closer look.
Simon Goble led us on the tour:
And this is a closer view of that very cool frame at the end of the video:
OK, we DID say courtesy=free and we meant it.
Moo.com is giving you a chance to see what your photos look like on their cards, and it is totally free.
No shipping charges either. Click on this link for details, and make sure the deal is good for the country you will be shipping the cards to.
We tried a free set and loved it, so onto a larger run.
In a time where we mainly deal electronically, we give out an average of 200 cards at the shows and another 100 a month just in daily business.
And the card cases are pretty darn cool. Never just reach into your back pocket and hand someone a card. A little presentation is what it’s about so put your best foot forward from the start.