Since launching MiniCards with Flickr in September, MOO’s been busy spreading joy in miniature print form around the world. In just 4 short weeks MOO has produced more than half a million MiniCards for Flickr members in 86 countries. To put that in perspective, that’s enough cards to reach from the earth halfway up into the Stratosphere (nearly 24 miles up, to be precise). Here at MOO HQ, we’re all incredibly excited about this, and wonder if we’ll ever make it to the moon, only 23,726 miles to go.
Our free cards promotion was snapped up superquick: …Continue reading this article…
MOO has joined forces with Flickr, the world’s largest online photo sharing community, to offer members a new way to share their Flickr information and photos offline. Hooray!
Flickr MiniCards use MOO’s revolutionary multipack technology to produce sets of small, customised calling cards: each card featuring a different photo from the last.
MiniCards are ideal for sharing the details of your Flickr photostream, group or image locations, along with email, instant messager, and cellphone info on a high quality card featuring the photos of your choice.
To help spread the word, MOO are giving away 10,000 FREE packs of 10 cards to Flickr Pro Users, as well as offering free international shipping …Continue reading this article…
Wow. The site’s finally up and looking great. The MOO Crew have been working round the clock at MOO HQ the past couple of weeks to get it ready for today, and they’ve done a superb job.
Today’s a double-header, not only is the site going live but we’re also set to launch our new MiniCard concept with supercool photo-meisters Flickr, how very exciting.
To help spread the word, we’re giving away 10,000 FREE packs of 10 cards to Flickr Pro Users, as well as offering free international shipping (a saving of $4.99) on all other orders until the end of September. Sign into MOO with your Flickr account here to get your FREE CARDS.
The business card is the single most successful networking tool of all time, predating cellphones, the internet, and PDAs by some 300 years. Not bad for a bit of paper.
In a market worth in the region of $3b a year, this simple product has seen little change since it first appeared around the 18th Century. Used primarily for business, but often in social settings as a ‘calling’ or ‘visiting’ card, the business card has largely remained the preserve of the business person.
But business cards are boring.
In an ambitious reinvention, that will address both form and function, MOO will take the business card back to its roots as …Continue reading this article…
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