Business Cards - options ?

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IMHO, as long as your business card is made on a writable surface and is of a standard size which fits into a business card holder, its fine. People like to make notes on business cards as well as archive them in folders and if either of these two points fail the card is thrown into the dustbin, unless its a very very important contact, then notes are made immediately. At least I do that with the hundreds of cards I get when in a trade fair or seminar :)
 
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Sacramento, CA
Moo used to be great. I ordered another batch last June and they were terrible, the print quality hardly seems like it's from the same company.

Check out 4by6.com or PSprint.com, my designer friends like both companies quite a bit.
 
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Rochester, NY
Forget business cards

http://blogs.wsj.com/source/2010/11/15/a-lego-business-card/

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The 42-year old Chief Executive of Danish toymaker Lego has a business card in the shape of a 1.5 inch tall Lego man manufactured to look like Mr. Knudstorp himself. Complete with a little beard and glasses. His contact information is printed on the back.

http://gadgets.boingboing.net/2009/03/27/welcome-to-lego-thes.html
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Novato
I have used MOO for my business cards and love the quality and layout for the cards. I utilize 50 images for 50 cards and everyone enjoys looking though the cards to see the images that I have and to select the one they like best. It is a great way to share your images and the card stock is very nice. I have had no quality issues.
 
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