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WizGizmo

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Well . . . Sort of.

Many of you are familiar with this design. It's great for offline marketing.

EDIT: The image shown below is too small for printing unless you re-size it to 4 inches horizontally.

If you want the actual size image, download it here:
Code:
http://www.mediafire.com/?gzmtzlyzw1t

Then just open it in your favorite image editor and add your blurb to the blank part, and print it out.

People have a tendency to hang on to these business cards. Might help your offline marketing, or provide a way to advertise your site or offer.

After printing it out, fold it in half horizontally and then fold it in half again.

Drop a few on park benches, bus stops, on the floor in Best Buy, stick 'em inside of internet marketing books in the library, or drop them anywhere you feel that it might do you the most good.

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Enjoy! - "Wiz"
 
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Pobman

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Nice that the front says One Ars"e" ...

Not quite up their with the Union Carbide project called 'R-Sol' of course....
 

kittykat

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What a great idea, thank you I think I will use this :)
 

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Heres an idea for this:

print off 1000, on the back of them say something like:

"Were you hoping for some free money? Sorry your out luck..

Unless you check out this (yourafflinkhere) and blar blar blar"

you get the idea, anyway then drop these around and get yourself some free traffic, the beauty of this is that you can just drop them most places since people will ALWAYS pick up money if they see it, and everyone is going to see your ad when they look on the back.
 

WizGizmo

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To homenet:

That's the idea. Now you're thinking :)
 

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Damn Wiz I think we are on the same wave length. ANd homenet :)

I have been working on something very similar to this. The problem I was running into was that the companies that sell these were kinda pricey. Not to worry now, good share WIZ.
 

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Thanks Wiz and KBC, going to give this a try I think :amish:
 

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Brilliant Idea Wiz.

Heres a spin: Imprint your url on your existing money. Dunno if thats legal to deface money though D:
 

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Wiz to me you seem to be some sort of genius. Money comes easy to you dunt it? I know your rich my question is how rich? Hmm, let me guess, you make $25,000 a week bare minimum dont ya? I am pretty sure you're up there in profits. Feel free to pm me the truth if you so dare. Plus it would be great motivation.:)
 

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Brilliant Idea Wiz.

Heres a spin: Imprint your url on your existing money. Dunno if thats legal to deface money though D:


That's an idea, correct me if I/m wrong anyone but here in the U.K it is fine as long as you don't write on the queens face.
 

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Brilliant Idea Wiz.

Heres a spin: Imprint your url on your existing money. Dunno if thats legal to deface money though D:

pretty sure it's fine honestly. that "wheresgeorge" shit has been going on for years
 

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Brilliant Idea Wiz.

Heres a spin: Imprint your url on your existing money. Dunno if thats legal to deface money though D:

It is illegal to deface money
United States currency and coinage are governed by federal law through the U.S. Treasury Department. Generally, it is illegal to fraudulently deface, mutilate, impair, diminish, falsify, scales or lightens any coins minted or "coined" in the United States or any foreign coins which are by law made current or are in use or circulation as money within the U.S. (18 U.S.C. 331)

I am guessing this includes paper money as in dollar bills etc.
 
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