The holidays are in full swing, and Christmas is quickly approaching. Does your business need to celebrate with a customized “Christmas business card”? Steve Eveleth did, and his new card turned out great! Contact us today to get a business card setup for the holidays!
Do you have an ugly business card? Have you seen one lately? Then please help us to remove them from circulation because nobody likes an ugly business card.
If you’re not sure what an ugly business card looks like, then let us help you:
- If you touch the card and it leaves blank ink all over your hand…it’s an ugly business card.
- if you touch the edges and it’s rough and perforated…it’s an ugly business card.
- If the email address on the card is a free email account … it’s an ugly business card.
There are literally legions of ugly business cards on the loose—help us stop this epidemic before it’s too late.
We’re here to help! Help us rid the world of ugly business cards once and for all.
If you (or a “Friend”) has an ugly business card, we can offer “your friend” a one time special to custom design and print 1000 Foxy Business Cards for only $99. (Regular Price $399)
If you happen to spot an ugly business card running free in the wild, please take a picture of it and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do what we can help them become Foxy.
The web is a constantly changing place…and can be a dangerous place. We wanted to let you know about the most recent update to WordPress (the underlying technology that many of our sites are built on), that was released just this week. This particular update–Version 3.2.2– improves security for some know exploits to the WordPress software, and is highly recommended for all users.
Just like security updates on your computer are important to prevent hackers and spammers from exploiting your computer, security updates to your website software are also important. Keeping your website software (WordPress in this instance) up to date is the first step in keeping spammers, phishers and other web-criminals from breaking into your website. In-fact in recent months we’ve seen hackers specifically target older versions of WordPress with known security problems—so keeping your website up to date is important. Read more »