Brand Yourself at the Sale

Have you been debating on what steps you should take to bring your blogging game to the next level? If so, it may be time to bring your online efforts into the real world with some networking events or strategic meetings – but don’t head out without first creating some business cards if you haven’t already.

Luckily for you – one of our favorites is having an amazing 25% off sitewide sale starting this Thursday the 21st through Wednesday the 27th. It’s even where we get our business cards, so you know we’ll be stocking up this week!

IFB Business cards from Moo

While creating a business card for your blog seems like a simple task, it’s easy to spend hours browsing through beautiful designs and not getting anywhere. So first, start with the basics of what needs to go on your business card with our list of the 8 Things You Must Put on Your Business Card. Once you have all your elements identified, you’ll need some branding and design elements. Hopefully you have some fonts or a logo from your blog that you can include on your card. If you still need help with that, we recommend our friends at Creative Market for great logo templates, fonts and even business card templates to get your creative juices flowing!

And Moo has lots of great ways to help brand yourself besides just business cards. Check out custom stickers by The Fashion Pirate and Mini Cards from This Fashion is Mine. We’re also drooling over the new Tailored collection, featuring gold foil, spot gloss and raised spot gloss to really bring out the wow factor in your cards. And an extra discount helps make these beauties a little more budget friendly, while stepping up your business card game.


Let us know – have you already invested in business cards for your blog? Are you finally ready to take the plunge?

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About The Author

Kim earned her analytics chops at digital marketing agencies in Portland, Oregon, and her fashion chops as a teen navigating the preppy ’90s and now as an editor for IFB. Fortunately for the gems in her closet, wrangling the marketing and analytics for multiple websites doesn’t keep Kim behind the computer—she’s spoken at conferences as international asSimply Stylist NYC and as homegrown as Tiny Startup Camp. Her love of design translates to her home renovation projects. And when she’s not doing any of that, she’s chasing a two-year old, a husband, and a dog or drinking Oregon’s best coffee and wine. Actually, sometimes all of those things happen simultaneously.

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