I’m going to come out and say it. I love Moo. What’s “Moo” you might ask. And, I’d be here to tell you. Moo is a place that makes business cards, stickers, postcards, and a bunch of other printed items. You can order your Moo items personalized and you can vary a Moo order so, for example, you can make business cards with more than one image on them (but have the same name/address.) Moo, actually Moo.com, has a wonderful interface. You just upload your images, type in the front of the card, and specify the paper. They then dispatch something they call the “Moo robot” which handles the printing, packaging, and shipping of your order. In just a few days, you get your business cards.
No muss, no fuss, that’s Moo for you. I love them! What can I say? I’m hooked. Hooked, I tell you. Hooked!
Another great thing about them is they store your order so you can just go in and modify an existing order. Even a really old order, they can dig it up, you can hack away at it and, presto, new business cards. This happened to me, as I changed my logo and now have a telephone for Carol’s Little World. I wanted to update my cards but was dreading having to do it, considering it probably implied I was going to have to start all over from scratch. Nope. Not with Moo. You just pull up an old order, add a phone number, and, POOF, new business cards now featuring your new phone number.
I love it when stuff just works like this. It’s fantastic. In this day and age of everything breaking, nothing working, everybody charging a fortune for anything, and disgruntled customers all over Instagram, I have to give a shout out to the good folks over at Moo. They get it right in so many ways.
Thank you, Moo, for all that you do!
Until next time…
PS In case it wasn’t obvious, these are some of the images I put on my Moo cards. I was able to rotate in a few new images and swap out with some older ones I no longer wanted to use. Oh, and, in case you are wondering, no, I’m not a paid spokesperson. I have no interest in Moo other than being a satisfied customer. I mean, I think they maybe gave me a discount code for my next order, but I’d have to dig that out and find it first.