Branding & Blogging-Bigger Impact in Smaller Business Cards?
Since they arrived from England last week, I’ve been passing them out almost everywhere – even in the streets.
I have to admit to feeling a bit sheepish and silly about giving them away at an outdoor festival, but people really liked them. In fact, whole groups of people wanted one – and I got a few inquiries about taking pictures, something I love to do, but don’t promote enough. All the images were captured on my trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
“They” are my moo minicards.
Don’t get me wrong. I love CoryWest Media’s business cards: elegant, professional and formal. But, they don’t mention my blog, they talk about the company.
Because I’m making the rounds at blogging conferences and social media events, I wanted to have a second card that represents my creative side.
Thanks goes out to Wendy Piersall, CEO of Sparkplugging.com for sharing her moo minicards with our mastermind group and inspiring me to get my own.
Moo’s tagline’s is think small, share big. So, I’m sharing here – what do you think?
Here’s what I love about moo minicards. . .
cute size: 1″ x 2.75″ inches [suddenly 2' x 3.5" business cards seem too big]
do-it-yourself design: upload images, select framing, type in text and you’re done
affordable price: $19.95 per hundred, plus shipping
printing flexibility: order up to 100 different cards – all in the same batch!
quick delivery: my order arrived 3 days before the estimated delivery date
environmentally responsible packaging: hand-packed in recyclable packaging
impressive quality: higher than I expected from an online printer
instant public relations: hey, if everyone on the street wanted one, how do think they’ll go over in your business circle?
What my moo minicards say [in purple!!!] . . .
Your moo minicard card order includes six lines of text, here’s what I wrote:
Barbara Rozgonyi @wiredprworks
Speaker – Imagemaker – Motivator
CoryWest Media, LLC founder
connect [email address]
How do you feel about your business/blogging cards?