Review Review

When I published my children’s book, A Day to Remember, I was searching for ways to create advertisements that fit my budget but would also be high-quality. Other authors that I respect had used business cards, book marks, magnets, and more.

I felt like a business card would make sense for my purpose (and would even serve as a book mark if someone wanted it to!).

Luckily, I was given a chance to try out for my business card needs.

The site is easy to navigate, and creating my card was as simple as making a .jpg and then loading it into the site.

There were also plenty of options for using pre-made templates and ideas through the site.

Pricing for is right within my budget. For 200 cards, I would only spend $13.99.

In the past, when I have purchased business cards for other purposes, I haven’t been exactly happy with the outcome. The quality of the card itself left much to be desired, and the image quality was low and almost blurry.

Needless to say, I was a little nervous about what my cards would look like from Check out the awesome result:

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business cards close-up

Luckily, there was never really a reason to worry. The cards are thick, the printing is crisp, and I am one happy customer.

Looking to print business cards or other advertising items? Be sure to check out for all of your needs.

Disclaimer: I was provided free product in exchange for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

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