Mooving beyond the boring business card

After leaving AOL, I decided to get some personal cards printed. Instead of going the conventional route, I went with Moo. It’s a great little company out of the UK that lets you print cards with full-color pictures on the back.

The cards are printed on high quality stock and the overall ordering experience is as pleasant as I’ve seen. You can pull in your pictures from many of the leading photo sites. Each order is 100 cards and costs $25; every card can have a different picture on it.

The cards are a great conversation starter. People love to guess where the pictures were taken. A friend was in town on Sunday and managed to guess 3 of 4. (I didn’t have the third card shown here on me.) See how you do. Click through to flickr to see the location.

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About Rakesh Agrawal

Rakesh Agrawal is CEO of redesign | mobile. Previously, he launched local and mobile products for Microsoft and AOL. His personal blog is at http://blog.agrawals.org and tweets at @rakeshlobster.
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One Response to Mooving beyond the boring business card

  1. Will says:

    Rocky,
    I got a box of these about 4 months ago, they rock! I really like the size and being able to have a photo(s) on the back makes for good conversation pieces.

    BTW, I have been meaning to ask you what you are up to these days now that you are no longer at AOL?

    Will

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