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The holiday season can be hugely profitable – and adding a free gift for loyal customers makes them love you just a little bit more!

Want to start a dialogue in your community? Find out how radio producer Hillary Frank uses Luxe Business Cards to get people talking.

Robyn Pollman has a talent for making her camera shy subjects smile. And her clients really smile when the final prints arrive.

Learn how the Brokedown Palace uses MOO products to give customers a personal, on-brand experience when ordering online - especially when it comes to sending presents!

Graphic designer Helen Driver uses MOO Stickers to drive web traffic and create a united brand around her distinctive portfolio of work.

An interesting business card is more than just a way to share your details. It can start converstions, win friends and open doors, says Jeannie.

Using their original logo, Cozy took advantage of MOO’s Printfinity technology, to create a design spread over four Business Cards.

If you love tinkering with electronics, you’ll love what Arachnid Labs does, as much as we love what they did with MiniCards (and robots!)

How do you promote yourself when you're a maths genius? We spotted Matthew Handy's cards and think he must just have cracked the code!

The simplest way to explain the quality of your work is to show it off - Meridian Homes treat their Business Cards as a portable portfolio.

Covington Cleaners is "a small company with a big heart". They brought that character to life with a fresh and friendly design.

If you're an illustrator honing your skills at home, why not put them to work? Luisa tells us how she's turning pet projects into paying ones.

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