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Order 50 FREE Business Cards from moo.com...

MOO.COM helps you easily create professional Business Cards using your photos, artwork and logos or from a wide range of design templates.

SO, WHAT MAKES MOO DIFFERENT?
Choose up to 50 different images to display on your cards using MOO's Printfinity technology - show off everything you have for sale!

Use your own photos, logo and text or choose from a range of MOO Designs to match your business needs.

MOO Business Cards come in both a silky smooth, matt-laminated ‘MOO Classic’ paper or go an eco-friendly ‘Green’ stock.

Print low quantities to keep your Business Cards and promotional materials up-to-date with your latest contact or product information.

Your 50 FREE (you just pay £3 for P&P) Business Cards come with a watermark that identifies that you accept PayPal. Offer is limited to the first 500 customers.

*There's a problem with the link. Correct link is below, perhaps a mod can correct the link?

http://uk.moo.com/partner/paypalbusiness/?utm_source=paypalbusiness&utm_medium=partner&utm_campaign=paypalbusiness50
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#1
Vistaprint give you 250 cards, for around the same price i think.
#2
Blender
Vistaprint give you 250 cards, for around the same price i think.


Quite possibly, however Moo cards are far better quality than Vistaprint and you can have a different design on each card which Vistaprint don't do.
#3
+ 15% cashback on Quidco ;-)
#4
Blender
Vistaprint give you 250 cards, for around the same price i think.


The cards from Moo are quality larger sized cards compared to the smaller poorer quality vistaprint cards. This is a decent deal.

Edited By: leesy_monavie on Jun 21, 2011 13:07
#5
Vistaprint cards are as good as 99% of the ones used by business folk all over - look in any 'business card draw' scam, and you'll see. "high quality" vanity cards are a gimmick that makes you look desperate. And if you are serious about doing business, 50 cards is a bit of a joke.

In value for money terms, this is not good business. Vistaprint is.

Still, it's open to only 500 idiots, so that's only 500 people to avoid. ;)
1 Like #6
Quadrille
Vistaprint cards are as good as 99% of the ones used by business folk all over - look in any 'business card draw' scam, and you'll see. "high quality" vanity cards are a gimmick that makes you look desperate. And if you are serious about doing business, 50 cards is a bit of a joke.

In value for money terms, this is not good business. Vistaprint is.

Still, it's open to only 500 idiots, so that's only 500 people to avoid. ;)


Ok, so in comparison to Vistaprint it would cost just over £5 for 250 cards from them. However, that would be 250 cards from one of their stock designs (uploading your own is extra) and the cards would be blank on the reverse (anything else on the reverse is extra) and all cards would be the same design.
With Moo you can get your design on the front and contact details on the reverse as standard and a different image on each card which may be worth the premium to some people. For example I know a few photographers than use Moo so they can have a portfolio of their work on the cards.

I have used both Moo and Vistaprint in the past and both have their merits, Moo wins every time on customer service and delivery time though.

Certainly 50 cards may not be enough for many people's business needs, but for £3 it's an excellent way to try out Moo cards and see if you like them.

I wouldn't brand anyone who takes up this offer an idiot but if it's not for you that's fine, you pay your money you take your choice.
1 Like #7
Not used these cards, so can't comment on the quality of them, however, I have used Vistaprint.

And won't be doing so again. I don't care how cheap they are, when the cards look that amateurish, then I certainly won't be asking people to trust my business when that is the level I choose to operate at.

I'll give these guys a shot.

Cheers OP!


Edited By: bilbob on Jun 21, 2011 13:38
#8
Thanks OP - think I'll give them a try.

I've heard, once Vista Print get hold of your email address, they spam the hell out of it.

Are Moo like that too?
#9
HappyShopper
Thanks OP - think I'll give them a try.

I've heard, once Vista Print get hold of your email address, they spam the hell out of it.

Are Moo like that too?


I've never had any spam from Moo.
There's seems to be some problem with the link for the deal though which doesn't seem to work. The correct link is here if perhaps a mod can fix it?
#10
Interesting to read all these insults of vistaprint - I've used them many times over the years, for many things, they always have special offers on something (eg currently 90% off premium business cards at vistaprint.co.uk/indigo15 and 30% off everything else.

Their quaility (compared with any high street service) is good, quick and reliable - my Dad once paid a bomb for a rubber stamp at a well known store, who then ordered from Vistaprint, and forgot to remove their paperwork!

I've never tried moo, and I'm amazed how many fans they have, who also haven't tried them either.

Weird or what?

And no, I have no vested interest in vista - but I do like value for money, rather than vanity and gimmicks - and that's what they do.

Spam - after each order, I get two emails a week for three or four weeks. The (simple) trick is to mark them as spam, and after an order, fish the receipt out of your spam box, and mark as 'not spam', until the order arrives. Then mark as spam again. Needless to say, this also works for every other retailer :)

One day, they'll learn, but probably not in my lifetime!
#11
Blimey, someone likes Vistaprint - personally I think you can spot their cards a mile off, and not in a good way.
#12
..oh yeah, and in terms of 'serious business' I'd always opt for less is more.. I'd prefer to have fewer people think I was a professional looking outfit than a load who knew I was an amateur.

imo, lol :)
#13
Quite like vista print, can't see the rpoblem with the cards. As good quality as any others I've seen.
#14
I think the problem is that people who DIY cards have little or no design knowledge - and don't know it - so they use all the gimmicks the online sites offer; look at a real business card, and it's never over designed; less is more. And it's easy to blame the printer when it looks like a dogs dinner!
#15
Moo.com are great. But these 'free' cards have a horrible paypal logo on the back.

It cheapens the whole thing but I'm tempted to try just to see what they look like.

A business card is about first impressions, you can tell when someone has just gone with the cheapest but if you want to offer a premium product or at least give that impression then spending a few £ extra on nice cards can be the difference in repeat custom because they kept your card or having to constantly remind people yourself because you was so bland in the first place.

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