Weekend Video Post – Facebook Business Cards
You can now make Facebook Cards with moo.com, based on your Facebook Timeline!
Facebook Timeline team have partnered with moo.com to make it easy to print your very own set of custom business cards mirroring the fonts, layout and iconography of the Facebook Timeline Cover Photo.
MOO is an online stationery company. They print custom Business Cards, mini Business Cards, Postcards, Greeting Cards and Stickers. Each product you print with MOO can use a different image on each card in a pack!
Make Facebook Cards
The best thing is that you don’t have to pay anything, it’s all free! They are releasing 5,000 packs of Facebook cards each day free. They print your very own set of custom business cards, the first box of 50 cards is free to the first 200,000 Facebook users to sign up for the service.
Each pack will contain up to the first 50 of your Cover Photos. You will get equal quantities of each design. You may remove a design, and adjust the cover photo. Each card will show your name, company or college on the front of card. The back of each card will show your Facebook URL, phone number and e-mail address. There is also a space for you to add your favorite quote or your brief bio. By using the Facebook API they can fill pretty much every detail mentioned above.
To make your own Facebook cards you must have enabled Timeline. Click on About under your basic info on your Timeline. Scroll down to Contact Info, hover over the little business card icon, and click on the link Print Cards on the rollover box that will direct you to MOO.
Check out the video below that shows just how easy it is to make Facebook Cards:
Facebook Cards from MOO.COM
Uploaded by moocardstv on Jan 5, 2012
You can now make Facebook Cards with MOO, based on your Facebook Timeline! Product Manager George Grinsted talks you though how to create your cards.
More here: http://moo.com/facebook-cards
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