Moo.com Launches Business Cards Based On Facebook Timeline Pages

Business-card creator Moo.com is finally putting the business in business cards, extending an offer of free card creation to brands based on their timeline pages.

In January, Moo.com offered a free set of 50 business cards to the first 200,000 Facebook users who signed up, allowing them to integrate elements from their timeline profiles into their cards.

Page administrators can showcase the various products and services offered by their brands by creating individually designed, personalized cards with Moo.com’s Printfinity feature.

Moo.com Founder and Chief Executive Officer Richard Moross said:

As global businesses and brands, large and small, and their agencies seek new ways to catch attention and take advantage of new marketing channels, we believe this free offer will be a much-sought-after additional tool to add to their marketing suites. Moo.com continues to innovate to develop a compelling and unique portfolio of printed products that bridges the gap between the dynamics of social networking and the emerging needs of businesses of any kind.

Head of Marketing Paul Lewis added:

The response from our first Moo.com offer was very positive and generated great momentum for our business. We quickly realized that we were filling a very timely niche in the marketplace for users who wanted a more dynamic, buzzworthy, and fun social networking experience. Our new offer is designed to fulfil a further need on the business side and meet the expectations of our loyal customers for other, more versatile ways to use Moo.com cards — and we’re delivering.

Readers: Does anyone actually still use paper business cards?

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