I’m in Keystone, Colorado for this year’s TBEX. It’s my first time attending and I’m pretty pumped – not only to be here as an attendee but to be speaking on a panel as well. Before coming, I wanted to get some business cards printed that would help me promote my blog. I discovered MOO and holy cow they’re fantastic!

Log on to moo.com and you’ll find countless business card designs to choose from. Regardless what you do for a living, you’re sure to find a custom design that suits you. And in the event that you don’t, you can upload your own image or design to customize your cards. Here at TBEX, I’m meeting so many people who have used MOO to design their cards and all of them are really fantastic.

You can design your cards directly on their website and the site’s functionality is impressive. Smooth and easy to use. It took me about half an hour to find the card I wanted and design it (which is really just typing in your name and the information you want to appear on your card.) You can also play around with font type and size, size of card (the mini cards are really unique) and I love the cards with rounded corners, which add something special to your card.

For $80, I received 100 business cards; that’s not cheap compared to other options for buying business cards. But when they arrived in the mail, I couldn’t have been happier with my purchase.

First of all: the packaging. How gorgeous is this? The cards come packaged in a white box, elegantly wrapped in a royal purple ribbon. The box has a magnetic closure and it’ll look great on your desk.


Secondly, the quality of the cards just doesn’t compare to that of others I’ve seen. The cardstock is deliciously thick. Each card has the thickness of about 4 ‘regular’ business cards. According to their website, the cards have a weight of 350gsm. I don’t know what that means but it sounds impressive. More importantly, the cards feel impressive when I hand them out. I ordered 100 cards, which came with four different patterns on the back.

But my experience with MOO didn’t stop there. After I placed my order, I realized I had a question for their customer service team. I tweeted them and received a response right away. When I went on to their website to follow up with customer service, a pop-up box granted me immediate access to a customer service representative. Within three minutes, a friendly MOO employee had answered all my questions. So many businesses have a long way yet to go in terms of customer relations but MOO really seems to get it. You don’t have to call and spend 15 minutes on the phone trying to reach the right person. I loved that I could chat with a rep online and have my issue resolved in mere minutes.

Have you tried MOO? If not, you should definitely check them out.

2 Comments on custom business cards at moo

  1. Tiffany
    June 22, 2012 at 2:58 am (12 years ago)

    I use Moo for my business cards too – they’re awesome!
    by the way, I just found your blog. I really love it so far. I’m from Toronto as well :]

    • trendytravelista
      June 22, 2012 at 9:38 am (12 years ago)

      Hi Tiffany – just checked out your blog – I love it! Thanks for touching base – I’m off to spend some more time on LeftBanked. 🙂


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