Moo does things right

Business cards from Moo

A couple of years ago, I’d ordered some business cards from Moo. At the same time I’d prepaid for my next pack. Atypically for me, I forgot to note the details of the offer.

When it came time for me to re-order cards, I went back to Moo and could’t find any record of the cards I was due. I wrote to customer service and said that I thought I’d prepaid for 50 or 100 cards and wanted to order them. Moo replied with a code valid for 200 cards with free shipping.

Not only do they have great customer service, the product is fantastic, too. Both sides of the cards are printed in full color on heavy stock. The front has my contact information and the back has 1 of 34 pictures I’ve taken. I’ve found these to be great conversation starters as people want to talk about the various pictures.

Designing and editing the cards is easy, too. Moo integrates with flickr’s APIs, letting me easily select the pictures I wanted to use.

Add to that sustainably sourced stock produced with wind power and it’s a company I’m happy to do business with.

Pictures above include the road to South Point, Big Island, Hawaii; Blue door, Santa Fe, New Mexico;  Stingray at Hamelin Bay, near Perth, Australia; Hawi wind farm, Big Island, Hawaii; Sunset over Berlin; Great Cruz Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands; Persian Ceiling by Dale Chihuly; hanggliding on Kauai; and A lonely, colorful holdout, Detroit, Michigan.


About Rakesh Agrawal

Rakesh Agrawal is Senior Director of product at Amazon (Audible). Previously, he launched local and mobile products for Microsoft and AOL. He tweets at @rakeshlobster.
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2 Responses to Moo does things right

  1. Ken Balduff says:

    I own a small coupon book company based here in Seattle, Wa. After 17 years in business, we have been taking a hit in the recent years with maintaining our product let alone in growth. We are moving to improve and re-invent ourselves and look to enhance our service (s) to our advertisers with an emphasis on digital marketing. I would be very interested to speak with you and get some direct feedback on our situation. I would be happy to come to your location and would be delighted to have lunch or dinner as you may choose. I would be prompt, brief and respectful of your time and promise to be entertaining for at least 15 minutes!
    Ken Balduff

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