I just ordered a pack of free Flickr business cards – business cards, obviously, need some updating, and these guys reckon one way is for them to have individualised photos on the front, and the Flickr logo and up to six lines of text of your choice on the back. I don’t think I could really use a Flickr-logoed business card for work, but the idea of giving people your photos like that is quite appealing. Though do we need more things when we already have all the photos at Flickr?

They’re offering ten freebies to the first ten thousand Flickr Pro users to order them – so if you’re curious and have a Flickr pro account, go check it out!

6 thoughts on “flickr pics as business cards

  1. kirsty

    the flickr logo is only compulsory on the freebie cards btw.

  2. Jill

    Oh is it? That’s cool. I’m looking forward to seeing what the actual cards look like!

  3. Stephanie

    This reminds me of the ‘calling cards’ my grandmother made me give away as a teenager. A cute way to network. Thanks for the heads-up! I can’t wait to look at them!

  4. andedammen

    […] En strÂlende gimmick av typen jeg gjerne reklamerer for: firmaet Moo gir Flickr pro-brukere ti gratis visittkort med bilder p (og en Flickr-logo, som alts bare finnes p gratisvarianten). Jeg har valgt ut ti av bildene mine og bestilt, og blir de fine, kan det jo vÊre hensikten oppnÂs og at jeg betaler for  f flere De har bare til “de ti tusen f¯rste”, men hvorvidt det utgj¯r noe kappl¯p, aner jeg ikke. (Via Jill) […]

  5. Jill

    Calling cards! Wow, you have this really cool patina of being someone out of a novel or something, Stephanie, calling cards!Isuppose htey’re similar to the “russekort” everyone gets here when they graduate from highschool – except they have silly jokes about being drunk and stuff on them. The Flickr cards seem a little nicer.

  6. Lisa

    Are standard sized business cards available from Flickr in addition to the mini
    Moo cards?

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