Business cards are an essential item for any business or blog owner. It is your face when you aren’t there. It’s a way to grab attention and stand out in the crowd. After all you are usually just 1 person in a room full of people trying to attract the interest of customers, businesses and public relations workers. A business card shows them what you’re about, showcases your personality and is basically a reminder of you are once they return to their home or office. You want them to remember you, in a positive way.
I understand people often think any business card is better than none and sometimes that may be so. I am however a firm believer in first impressions and making them count. A quality business will make a lasting impression It’s equivalent to dressing professionally for a meeting. You don’t want to walk in with boardshorts, a singlet and thongs (flip flops for our international friends) and your business cards shouldn’t have to either. You want to impress from the second you introduce yourself to the moment they get home and re-read your card. Quality is everything!
MOO business cards
I was recently asked if I would review (and offer a couple of giveaways for fans) on the MOO business card range and as I had only just re-branded the blog and needed them anyway I couldn’t say no. After much deliberation and trying to decide on which MOO business cards I wanted to represent me I opted for the Luxe business cards. I had high expectations for these cards as they are on the expensive side (in my opinion) but I was absolutely thrilled with the results. They scream I take pride in what I do! Which of course I do and I’m sure any business or blog owner does as well. The Luxe business cards are 3x thicker than your average business card (600gsm), incorporate a strip of colour (of your choice from the selection available) through the layers and brilliant quality print. Definitely worth every cent. MOO may have been established in the UK but they now supply a wide range of printed products around the world. There are so many products on offer at MOO like stickers, letterheads, postcards, flyers and the list goes on but I only talk about business cards in this post as that is I have reviewed personally.
We are in a digital age however the business card still remains a very effective and beneficial marketing tool. They are your last chance to make a first impression and you want that first impression to count.
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Prize contains: $90 voucher (£50) for moo.com. The voucher can be used to purchased anything on the website, including delivery. Total prize pool RRP $270 (£150).
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Disclosure: I received a MOO voucher for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.
Terms and Conditions:
The name of the promotion is: MOO Print competition
The promoter is All Mum Said in conjunction with MOO
The conditions of entry are you must follow the mandatory requirements on the raffelcoptor widget above.
Employees, immediate family members, retailers, suppliers, associated companies and agencies are not eligible to enter.
The giveaway will close on 24th September 2014 at 11.59pm.
Comments submitted after this time will not be considered for the giveaway.
This is a game of skill.
The winner will be awarded based on the strength of their answer to the question What is the worst first impression you have ever made?
The prize will be in the form of product which will be sent to the winner once address details have been provided after the competition has closed.
The results of the giveaway will be published on this site on 26th September 2014
Prizes are not redeemable for cash and are non-‐transferable
The total prize value $270 ($90 each prize)
The competition is open to Australian residents only.
If for any reason beyond the Promoter’s control the agreed prize is not available a product of equal or greater value will be provided.
The Promoter is not responsible for prizes once they have been dispatched to the winner.