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Has anyone used the mini business cards? How do you feel about them? What response did you get?
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Hmmm, nope! Have never heard of one. What is a mini business card?? Love this Forum
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Hi Penny,

Can you provide a link to a sample so we can see? I'm afraid like Jill, I don't know what a mini card is.

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Do you mean the ones on Moo?

I haven't used them.... yet. I have yet to think of a way I can use them creatively, as I don't like the idea of replacing my standard sized cards with the mini ones.
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They are only about 1.0" x 2.75", but they are thicker than a regular card.



They are small -- and that's the point. They're different and small enough to stick in your wallet. People usually print both sides with full color.
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I wouldn't want to get rid of the regular size business card but they could be used I guess. Business cards are small to begin with so I am not sure that a smaller version would be kept or not lost.
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Wow, they are very colorful - I think they would definitely stand out for some people - however, I would be afraid they would be considered 'campy' and not taken seriously. I feel most people are just wired to expecting the 'regular' size card.
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Maybe they can be sent out as a "freebie" in a mailing? Can they be used as bookmarks? That can be a creative way... i've been tempted to get the Moo cards but haven't had the time to actually actively look into them
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There are heaps of ways you can use these mini cards which personally I think is a better idea, rather than using them instead of regular sized cards http://uk.moo.com/ideas/minicard-ideas.html
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I remember the first time someone gave me one of these, I thought it was the coolest thing ever. I went to a real estate seminar in Atlanta and most of the younger top-producing agents had them.
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