15 December 2006


The Idea Sandbox (“we add value to your business by helping you creatively solve branding, customer service and sales growth problems”) has a post on MiniCards, a neat idea for marketing your library. MiniCards are photo-cards 2-3/4” wide and 1-1/8” tall (70 x 28 mm)—about half the size of a business card. They can be ordered in batches of 100, with whatever image or images you want. You upload the images from Flickr or Skype. They are printed by a company called Moo and cost US$19.99 for 100 cards.

These would be a great handout at library events, as bookmarks, or even to use as mini-business cards.

The original post: http://www.idea-sandbox.com/blog/2006/11/minicards_think_small_share_bi.html
Moo: http://www.moo.com/faqs/

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