Have you heard about the Moo? I first saw this buzz from Chris Smith of Inman/Next agent at least two weeks ago. I asked “What’s the big deal about this Facebook Timeline business card?”. But what really caught my eyes was that it was free and for a limited amount of people only. The first 200,000 people who sign in can create their own personal Facebook Timeline for free.
Moo.com was also unique in its rather different approach than that of the traditional business cards. Since I am already using Timeline, I figured why not give it a go.I know there are still a lot of Facebook users skeptical on activating their Facebook Timeline. I think that’s why Moo and Facebook are working together to create some noise again. Well it’s like “I scratch your back and you scratch mine” type of approach. Somehow I managed to influence at least 2 people in the matter of 12 hours to activate their timelines to avail with these free Facebook Timeline business cards. Such is the power of the words “free” and the “Facebook”.
Tips : As of today, January 18, 2012, you can still access their promotions and get the free business cards. Just click the link and start creating your Facebook Timeline business cards. Make sure that you edit all your cover photos and take out the ones that you do not want Moo to print out.
Check your profile picture if it perfectly fits the thumbnail box. If not, just click Edit Profile picture , then click Edit thumbnail. Check the box where it say scale to fit and then click to save. The picture will be adjusted perfectly to its scale inside the thumbnail . If you want to use this as your professional business card get down and just be creative with it.
Offers : Free for the first 50 business cards and free standard shipping. After receiving your package you will be given a 15% coupon for your next order just as mine did.
Hey! What have you got to lose? It’s free and easy to do.