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A business with a strong and memorable logo is a powerful prospect – so you might as well make as much use of it as possible!

Think about all the places you can print your logo in order to maximize it’s impact and exposure – Business Cards are a great place to start, but have a look at the ideas below for more ways to spread the word.

Stick your logo everywhere

Logo stickers are perfect for sealing boxes, mailouts and gift wrapping – it’s exactly the kind of extra visual boost that makes people remember you. We love the way every single box of cupcakes from Hey Little Cupcake is sealed with a logo of (guess what?) a cupcake, which certainly reinforces the message. Crafters and online retailers – take note!

Logocentric Business Cards

There’s simply nowhere else to look except directly at the logo on these fantastic, beautifully simple Business Cards for a hairdresser by designer Neil J Rook. He’s stuck to the golden rules of logo design: simplicity, dual colour and consistency of brand identity. Brand expectations? A haircut that’s even half as funky as the logo design would be the best you’ve ever had.

Memorable MiniCards

A MiniCard is memorable just for being a smaller size – but with a strong brand logo as well, it becomes unforgettable. We’re really impressed with the strong and recognizable logo-font on designer David Boni’s cards, and the striking monochrome barcode logo from photographer Kate Barr.

Why not also try:
- putting your logo on the back of promotional Greeting Cards?
- Using logo-centric Postcards as mid-year marketing reminders?


  • Stickers by Hey Little Cupcake!
  • Hairdresser Business Cards by Neil J Rook
  • David Boni's MiniCards
  • MiniCards by photographer kate Barr

Create your own Business Cards

  • Upload your images These can be photos or full artwork. Alternatively import images from Flickr, Facebook or Etsy.
  • Or browse MOO templates Use one of our layouts to create professional and creative cards
  • Make your cards! In no time at all have amazing MOO cards to share!
  • Start making now

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