Tweet tweet! If you're trying to gain more followers on Twitter, why not pimp yourself out — with Twitter business cards?! Just as chic and eye catching as the Google Search cards, these handmade cards from Etsy seller scribblemonkey cost $19 for a pack of 50 and are printed on thick white glossy cardstock.
First, a designer appropriated the Google logo to use as a business card, now Facebook is getting the biz card treatment too, via Jean-Baptiste Gouraud's business cards, which look like a Facebook friend request page (and in French)!
As creative as Lego's Lego Figurine "Cards," I wonder how many other Internet-inspired business cards we'll see? A 140-character description of how marketable you are?
Some of us at Sugar just got new business cards, and as we were debating the merits of matte finish vs. semiglossy, TeamSugar reminded me about the (highly entertaining) business-card scene in (the otherwise quite disturbing) American Psycho. Will bone beat out eggshell and pale nimbus in the subtle off-white smackdown? The tension is palpable!
The other day geeksugar, TeamSugar and I went to Medicine Eatstation for lunch. While we were paying geeksugar told me to put my business card in the fish bowl. I rarely bother to do this sort of thing, however a few days later I received a call saying that I'd won lunch for eight people! The meal was tasty and very filling, and it made me wonder if anyone else puts their business cards in those fish bowls. So, do you?