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Not one of my strongest post titles, but you will forgive me.
One of my goals this year is to help my Printables4Kids.com website gain more popularity via online and offline methods. I am constantly mentioning the site to teachers, librarians, homeschooling parents, and friends who have young kids and needed a card I could give out that would give them a reason to visit the site. After hearing so many people singing the praises of Moo.com, I checked them out. Since one of the things I wanted to do with the card is highlight activities on the website, I needed a double-sided card. With Moo.com, no problem!
Moo allows you to pick up to 100 DIFFERENT designs for one side of the card for no additional cost. You can grab the images from your Flickr account, your own collection and a variety of other sources. This was the perfect solution. I chose 5 different printable activities from my site that would reduce well and set them up on the Moo.com site. Then I designed a very simple card front using their interactive design interface.
One front design and 5 different backs all for a really reasonable price! For 100 cards (20 of each design), I only spent $20. You can’t beat that – especially for small businesses or for marketing your blog offline!
Last week I had to mail something to fellow designer, Randa Clay, and I decided to include one of my new business cards for Printables4Kids.com (one of my other sites). After receiving her package, she sent me a tweet via Twitter that went like this:
Coming from Randa, the compliment means so much, but it also reinforces that putting the activities on the back created my desired result. Everyone I have given them to has also loved them – thanks to Moo!
If you have had fun making moo-velous cards with Moo, I’d love to see them! Leave me a link so I can check them out.