Mario Sundar

LinkedIn's 2nd PR hire. These are my thoughts on products, public relations, and startups.

LinkedIn + 50 Free Moo Cards = Business Cool

Look what I found through my daily twitter search for the LinkedIn brand. A bunch of folks talking about some free moo-linkedin business cards. I know what you’re thinking. You love Moo cards and you’d love to craft a real world business card with your LinkedIn profile. Then, here’s your chance to do that – for free!


(Image Source: Dark Matter)

Now for those of you who are wondering. What are Moo cards? Here’s a primer.

They are a style of mini-cards that use your photo stream from Flickr to create a snazzy line of cards or business cards. Here’s how they look.

But, I digress. If this piques your curiosity and if you’re a LinkedIn user, then here’s an opportunity to get 50 such business cards (with your own images from Flickr or Facebook or Etsy) printed for free. Now, I’ve no idea how long this limited offer lasts or if it’ll still be available when you check it out. But, it’s worth giving it a shot.

Go get your free LinkedIn-Moo business cards here

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12 Responses

  1. Been using my own kind for a year now: http://tinyurl.com/linkedinmoo and have to say that they work pretty well.

    All you need is on there: name, email and obviously the site the data should be used on 🙂

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  2. […] this morning was checking my twitter and found this message by Sarah (originally from Marketing Nirvana), about 50 free bussines cards at moo.com for LinkedIn-members. Sounds good […]

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  3. Mario Sundar says:

    @kerim,

    Interesting… Where does the LinkedIn info go? I presume you have your LinkedIn id behind these cards as well.

    That would be an easy way for users to find you?

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  4. @Mario

    The backside includes the following:

    – name (w/ domain extension)
    – job title *

    “Let’s connect on LinkedIn:”
    http://www.linkedin.com/in/kerimsatirli

    * an older revision included a phone number instead of a job title.

    I only hand out these cards to people I would like to connect too, others get a more generic card which lists my name, email and job title.

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  5. Mario Sundar says:

    Nicely done!

    It’s also nice to see Moo enable users to create their own LinkedIn cards.

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  6. They didn’t really have the option, I just snagged a LinkedIn logo from the badge area (or press area, can’t remember anymore), opened up Photoshop, grabbed a MiniCard template, then put in my data and ordered a few.

    People liked them, so I ordered more 🙂

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  7. I just ordered mine. Thank you for the link!!!!

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  8. Mario Sundar says:

    @Breanne,

    You’re welcome. I think it’s pretty cool.

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  9. Janet17 says:

    Super. It took almost a day to find this info. Thanks! Good job. 🙂

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  10. Carlo says:

    Good stuff. Thanks Mario.

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  11. Thanks for this very informative review. This seems to be very interesting, and very helpful for the readers.

    Keep on posting!

    business cards

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