There is a saying that we should give up those things that never get any easier. My Moo cards take too long to make and I doubt the work and time provides equal service to my customers.
So what shall I do for the next batch of cards that I will be making in time for Christmas and the Social Media Mafia unconference on Thursday 17 December, 2009 (in London)?
These were my Moo Cards 2009
Last year, I made some cards with Christmas greetings.
This is my thinking for Moo cards 2010
I am thinking of making 20 different cards, each describing someone I follow.
I follow @tojulius
Julius builds customer lists in London and Europe from zero to pleasurably profitable.
I wonder how long it will take Julius to build a profitable list for Rooi?
I follow @audio
Chris generously introduces noobes to his massive network in sound engineering, social media & online education.
I wonder if anything we do at Rooi will help him strengthen or widen his ties?
Comments on my first-go at turning my Moo cards into a valuable gift?
I need to edit the wording, a lot. But as editing takes a lot of time and effort, maybe you could comment first.
Do you like the direction I am taking?
Would you prefer to take your pick of 20 “I follow” cards? Or, would you prefer a Christmas card?
Am I right to value @tojulius and @audio?
Have I suggested a useful start to a conversation with @tojulius and @audio that might lead to a mutually advantageous space?
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