Experience ordering online biz cards??
Thread poster: veratek

veratek
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Sep 22, 2008

Hi, has anyone ever used one of these online biz card suppliers in France? I'm looking for a cheap rate for printing standard biz cards, nothing fancy, just the minimum paper grade to make it OK for biz. And preferably a quick delivery.

Any tips are much appreciated,
Vera


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Marie-Hélène Hayles  Identity Verified
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check out these earlier threads: Sep 23, 2008

http://www.proz.com/forum/business_issues/66520-business_cards_for_translators.html

http://www.proz.com/forum/poll_discussion/91237-poll:_do_you_have_your_own_business_cards.html

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William [Bill] Gray  Identity Verified
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Try vistaprint.com Sep 23, 2008

vera-tech wrote:

Hi, has anyone ever used one of these online biz card suppliers in France?



I've used them for quite a number of years now, for business cards, postcards, calendars, etc. Worth looking at. Your first 250 cards are free. Can't get much cheaper than that!

There's even a French site so postage is not a great expense.
http://www.vistaprint.fr/vp/ns/default.aspx?GP=9/23/2008%207:24:24%20AM


Good luck!


PS: Just be prepared for a flood of unsolicited mail recommending you buy from Vistaprint. This is my only complaint, and I believe it is initiated from other people who register with the site, and have a chance to "tell their friends". I seem to have a lot of friends!!


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veratek
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thanks! Sep 23, 2008

I'll be checking out vistaprint, 10 Euros is very little to pay for them not to put ads on the back of the card, I think. And if the paper is not too bad, a great deal overall.

Thanks!

Vera


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Sara Senft  Identity Verified
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I agree Sep 23, 2008

I agree with Bill. I ordered my first set of business cards from Vista Print, and I love how they turned out! You can really customize your design.

When my cards run out, I plan on using Vista Print again.

William [Bill] Gray wrote:

vera-tech wrote:

Hi, has anyone ever used one of these online biz card suppliers in France?



I've used them for quite a number of years now, for business cards, postcards, calendars, etc. Worth looking at. Your first 250 cards are free. Can't get much cheaper than that!

There's even a French site so postage is not a great expense.
http://www.vistaprint.fr/vp/ns/default.aspx?GP=9/23/2008%207:24:24%20AM


Good luck!


PS: Just be prepared for a flood of unsolicited mail recommending you buy from Vistaprint. This is my only complaint, and I believe it is initiated from other people who register with the site, and have a chance to "tell their friends". I seem to have a lot of friends!!


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Rick Henry  Identity Verified
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Vistaprint is great. Sep 23, 2008

vera-tech wrote:

I'll be checking out vistaprint, 10 Euros is very little to pay for them not to put ads on the back of the card, I think. And if the paper is not too bad, a great deal overall.

Thanks!

Vera

I have used Vistaprint since 2001 and am extremely happy with them.

They are quick, inexpensive, and the paper quality is really top-notch.

Plus, as stated in another thread WRT business cards, they allow you to upload your own image(s) and use them on the card.

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