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MOO Cards, the makers of MiniCards—petite-sized business cards the size of a stick of gum—DIY business cards, and postcards, wants to make artsy business cards out of your Facebook Timeline.
MOO Cards has partnered with Facebook to make what are simply dubbed Facebook Cards. Each Facebook Card is made from a template using your Facebook Cover picture and information from your profile.
From Wednesday onward, MOO will be giving away free 50-card bundles to the first 200,000 users. For those who struggle with math, that's 10 million business cards.
A steady flow of free cards will be released, ensuring that the 10 million cards are not ordered within the very first hours of the promotion. For the next 10 days, 50,000 orders will be processed, followed by an additional 150,000 orders, says Paul Lewis, the head of marketing at MOO. Those first 50,000 will also have free shipping, but the rest will have a "small" shipping fee, so act fast. The promotion's end date hasn't yet been determined.
Announcements about these releases will be posted on the MOO blog and the company's Twitter account @overheardatmoo.SEE ALSO: Facebook Timeline Redefines Your Facebook: Pics of the
New Profile Design
All 800 million Facebook users can take advantage of the promotional freebie, as long as they're one of the first 200,000 customers, of course.
"MOO.com is very excited to announce this integration with Facebook to provide a revolutionary new customer experience that brings together Facebook Timeline with MOO's high-quality printed products," said MOO CEO and Founder Richard Moross in a press release.
To get the offer, first click on "About" under your basic info on your Timeline. Then scroll down to "Contact Info" and roll over the little business card icon — you should see a rollover box that will direct you to MOO. In order to take advantage of the offer, Facebook users will need to have enabled Timeline.
To place a regular paid order on MOO.com, sign in through Facebook and check that the aggregated information from your profile is correct on the card. Then you can flip the card over to add a favorite quote or phrase before printing. Currently, the cards are for sale in 50-card bundles. Facebook Cards are available at $15 for 50, $30 for 100, $45 for 150 and $60 for 200.
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