Over the years I have had several business cards.
Back in the not so distant
The problem with this was you ended up with thousands of cards and in my
Fortunately, these days you can get cards printed in small batches at an affordable price – £15.79 delivered. For that reason, I have just had 50 new cards printed and even tried out something I was not 100% sure about (having a picture). I figured that it was not the end of the world if I did not like it as I only have 50 of them to get rid of before updating my design. Luckily, I like the result anyway.
For the price, quality and service I think it is very good. My card is full colour, printed both sides, has a glossy finish and is on premium paper as standard.
I chose Moo because I like their premium cards. I think that my business and any new contacts I meet is worth a premium business card.
On a personal note, I always think it looks a bit shabby when somebody gives you a cheap and flimsy business card, or worse still homemade. I vividly recall a time I was handed a home-printed card only for the slight rain to cause the ink to run on to my fingers while I was chatting. Not nice.
With cards being so affordable these days, and very easy to design online I don’t think there is much of a barrier.
The Moo design interface is simple. I uploaded my logo and added text,
They offer a whole range of other printed products too.
I have not been paid to do this review, but I do get asked about services like this and decided to do a post. My link is a referral link so if you have found this helpful and would like to try them please use my link and you will get a reward too – Moo.com
From my experience, I would highly recommend them. The quality is good and they come in a good quality box too.