Ordering New Business Cards From TinyPrints.com

With BlogWorld Expo coming up, I figure I needed some new business cards. However, I didn’t want to order 500 or 1,000 cards because there’s no way I’ll use that many during a three day trade show. Fortunately, TinyPrints.com came to my rescue.

Tiny Prints is a full service print shop with a really cool online business card design and ordering system. Unlike a normal print shop, Tiny Prints specialize in working with small/tiny orders. While the average print shop will require you to order at least 250 business cards, Tiny Prints will make you as little as ten cards. This is great if you want to make a custom card just for a single event. In my case, I’ve ordered up 100 double sided full color business cards just for BlogWorld Expo.

With the ability to order as few as ten business cards, you can get really creative with your cards. You can add special codes or offers just for the event you’re attending and order just enough cards to give away. It’s very cost-effective and environmentally friendly as well.

By using Tiny Prints, creating custom, personalized business cards for yourself or your business is super easy. Their innovative online tools will help you quickly and effortlessly create your own printed business cards in just a few clicks. The process is simple. First, choose your favorite business card from their hundreds of exclusive designs from the industry’s leading stationery artists. Then personalize your card by adding your logo and contact information. You can also change the font, colors, card format and printing preferences. When you got the card looking just right, submit the design for review and Tiny Prints’ professional designers will make sure it’s flawless before sending it to the press.

The Tiny Prints system is extremely easy to use. I had no problem working with it and within a few minute, I came up with this really cool design that just screams John Chow.

Show Me Your Business Card Design and You Might Win Free Cards

Tiny Prints is looking for feedback on their business card designs tools. Head on over there and design yourself a business card. Then take a screen shot of your creation and put it on Flickr (or any other image sharing site). Post a link to your design in the comments so I can look at it. The best design will receive a $75 Tiny Prints coupon that you can use to order some cards. The deadline for entry is this Sunday, October 16. Good luck, and I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

Design Your Business Cards with Tiny Prints

86 thoughts on “Ordering New Business Cards From TinyPrints.com”

  1. Hum! Tiny Prints seems good company to get a business cards, i’ll try with them, i need one business card too.

    Thank’s John for sharing.

    1. Panax says:

      good information.thanks for sharing this good blog.thanks.

  2. Michael Kwan says:

    What do you have on the other side?

    1. John Chow says:

      Only the people who attend BlogWorld will get to see what’s on the other side. 😛

      1. LOL! But seriously, what is it?

        1. He will disclose it after the Blog world event …

      2. So, it does have info on the back?

        1. Panax says:

          For calculating the exact stock market prices indexing, proper knowledge of market analysis method’s are required. Except this, it would also be a great way to improve them with the majority online.

      3. I know what on the other side of card… the last idea of making money online in invisible font 😉

      4. Party Ideas says:

        Hi John
        I would like to say that you are looking really decent in the above card indeed..

    2. It’s looks cool. I really like this.

      1. anaokulu says:

        I have yet the charm of the above.

  3. Dealbulous says:

    Tel: You don’t call me, I will call you!

    LOL…John, that’s a smart way for people to hand over their business cards to you automatically right?

    1. Haha! I hadn’t thought of it that way!

      1. May be he simply wants to get connected through email or twitter.

        For internet marketer telephone is big distraction.

        1. Yeah! I would not have listed my phone number either. Did a great twist with the “Don’t call me, I call you – Donald Trump” sentence 😉

          1. Erwin Miradi says:

            LOL yeah I love that line too. Looks so professional to me haha.

  4. Its great opportunity to share our business card designs

    1. Yes are you a photshop designer … or you will simply show your business card ?

      1. Party Ideas says:

        Humm Zik point to be noted..!!

        1. anaokulu says:

          Why should not be forgotten.

  5. Pam Britton says:

    Great idea, John! Thanks for the ‘Tiny Prints’ tip–I’ll keep it in mind for a future event. Like your business card creation..smart looking, very bold.

  6. Tinyprints definitely comes as a rescue for small and new bloggers who don’t have much money to print 1000 cards or simply they don’t need 1000 cards.
    Even I was thinking (though I am not attending BlogWorld Expo) to get the printing done for my visiting card.
    Thanks for this article, John.

      1. @ Ritesh

        To be honest if you are from India than your local card vendor can provide you 100 cards and multiple time modification as well.

        1. Erwin Miradi says:

          yeah I think I agree with ZK.

        2. Business card / (flyer) is one of the cheapest marketing sets you can do, even in India.

  7. This something new for me, whether the card uses Tinyprints jhon?
    Please advice, thank you for sharing this information

  8. A very good business card. Clean and no unnecessary text.

    1. “Title are for wimps” IS unnecessary. Just saying…

      1. It get’s the attention and puts focus on the “John Chow” name, which I think is the porpose. For that job, I think it’s a great “sub title”.

        1. Such kind of words will make the cards separate from other ones.

          You should put something which help others to keep remember your existence my friend. Though such should not be a stupid act.

          1. “Title are for wimps” is perfect, no unnecessary explanations.

  9. They have some pretty interesting designs on their website. But the prices are a little on the heavier side.

    1. Look at their alexa and PR as well.

      That is showing that they are quite old player of this game.

  10. Great opportunity to make spread of our business cards designs

  11. Nice card
    I have already business card

    1. Great … So did you use any such kind of lines and all …

      Like – You Dont call me I will call you

  12. I like the idea of not having to order 250 or more business cards. I normally use Vista print for my business cards.

  13. fas says:

    That was a very nice business card John, impressive.

  14. I like your telephone number…I am also going to use it on my business card

    1. So you will also prefer to get the communications through email and twitter ?

    2. fazal mayar says:

      haha same, I mean you arent the one that can call me but I will call you mate!

  15. I just got into a new business and now I know where to get my business cards from. I didn’t want to buy a huge bulk or cards just yet.

  16. Funny, but while checking out Vista Print, I wondered if their was an alternative like this. Thanks. But I wonder about their profit potential.

    1. Profit potential … According to you it is huge or less ?

  17. techiepatel says:

    looks awsum i will try

    1. It’s not about the look. It’s about the price and the quantity.

  18. All the pros are using Moo Mini Cards these days… I have a box of Moo Mini’s and Moo Full Size. Facebook, Google, Yahoo all the big companies and Startups use Moo 😛

    1. You mean Mark used Moo to print the “I am CEO bitches” business card?

  19. Well i have use this company service and quite well i found.

  20. Panax says:

    Thank you very much for your help. I follow your site everyday.

  21. Tinyprints is a great way to personalize your pictures and of course, business cards- your card made me laugh!

  22. Panax says:

    If you are to do it in the future, not so many at one time would be my suggestion. Secondly, I would do it in a live auction event like TRAFFIC, DomainFest etc.

  23. Panax says:

    I tried and fully agree with you.Paid surveys are nice way to earn money.There are lots of sites exist online which provide such good services according country zone.

  24. Panax says:

    Thanks for providing this useful information. You have some great tips and ideas in your blog.

  25. Panax says:

    This is just an attempt for a company to do something a little different to stand out. In this case, there is a reason that other domain auction sites do not use this format. Unless they only sold high quality domains, I don’t see this business plan working out.

  26. Panax says:

    It definitely is a different style. I will check it out.

  27. Panax says:

    l agree with you. l did it and everything is true.

  28. Panax says:

    Yea I think the unique still is what will get the customers coming to visit.

  29. Panax says:

    I think this is the best way to get a decent domain name completely in your budget. Keep checking daily and one for sure you will catch your desired. Thanks for such nice post.

  30. Panax says:

    That would work if you were content with just any domain in any niche. If you are after a good domain in a certain niche, this website is not for you. It would simply waste too much time coming back to the site each day in hopes there is something suitable for sale.

  31. fazal mayar says:

    I like your business card, definitely not a no name business man haha, good stuff from tiny prints

  32. Thanks for the headsup on Tiny Prints. I’ll look into it.

  33. John your business card is looking good and classic.

    1. PPC Ian says:

      It really is a great looking business card. I know Tiny Prints got acquired by Shutterfly a while back. It’s a good acquisition in my opinion, and a great company. I like their name too.

  34. A professionally designed business card gives the impression that the owner is a professional in his profession.

  35. Professional Looking Business card John.

    1. Yes, a good business card makes the man.

  36. Erwin Miradi says:

    Titles are for wimps LOL! I really would want one of those too myself.

    1. PPC Ian says:

      I thought that was quite funny too! 🙂 Definitely made me laugh.

  37. Panax says:

    This is the most basic of all stock info. In order, what you’re looking at is the stock’s current trading price, the amount of shares traded today, the difference in price from yesterday’s close, and that difference expressed as a percentage.

  38. I’ve been a VistaPrint man myself for some time. The prices are ridiculous but you make a very good case for TinyPrints. I just have to burn through the rest of my $100 credit at VistaPrint which I picked up from LivingSocial before I check out TP.

  39. Free but has the quality.

  40. The image and branding are very important for your online business.

  41. Love the business cards, great stuff!

  42. PPC Ian says:

    That’s really cool, John. I have never used TinyPrints but have heard good things. I like how your card says “Titles are for Wimps”.

  43. Brock Blohm says:

    Hahaha! Epic card!

    I just may have to steal this concept. Nice 😉

  44. Party Ideas says:

    I always prefer to all things which are related to business..

  45. Party Ideas says:

    So of course i love the business card..

  46. Love the business cards, great stuff!

  47. TinyPrints.com is free but a pro card designer.

  48. Business cards are most wanted for doing the business

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