Betta Shoppe Business "Card" - Betta Fish and Betta Fish Care
View Poll Results: (Betta Shoppe) Which Ornament to use?
Flatter Heart 0 0%
Rounded Heart 2 8.00%
Hinged Heart 3 12.00%
Oval Ornament 4 16.00%
Thicker Sphere 13 52.00%
Thinner Sphere 6 24.00%
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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-15-2013, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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Betta Shoppe Business "Card"

Okay guys, first off... I got the idea from a friend who has her own catering business. She used a bottle cap, and I STILL have it. I find, if you pass someone a card... It tends to get tossed away with the receipts and papers left in one's wallet... However, if you become more creative, it tends to stay. Or at least, get passed around to someone else.

My idea, is to place on one side the website name, and contact information (flush against side), and the other side will having something loose in there, such as a small handmade baked clay Betta, and perhaps some confetti. It'll be a trial of 12, to see how well it picks up and whether or not it would work... Shipped to them with their order, or given to them in person.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-15-2013, 05:52 PM
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I'd go for the sphere and then put a picture of a betta in it so it looks like a betta in a bowl. :)
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That's what I was thinking The thicker ones are also cheaper, for 12.

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Whoops! Noticed the last picture was the wrong one uploaded.

On another note if you "vote" the star one... Just comment it.
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I like the thicker sphere too... Like a little betta in a bubble. Even if one gets lost, I think someone would pick it up just because it's cute and eye catching. Plus the thicker ones would be more durable than the thinner ones.

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I really like the sphere and betta in a bowl idea best. I also like the thinner sphere better just because I think you'd be able to read the information better. :)

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I like the smaller, thicker spheres : ) So cute!! I would buy one if they were reasonably priced with my betta in it <3 as a little cute clay guy <3
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Awesome! looks like the sphere is getting top vote so far.

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I like the sphere, thick or thin, and the oval is cute too. Love the idea of a little clay betta, but a picture might be more cost effective. I know I would hang on to one of these if I got it & gladly pass it on to friends. Making it a key chain would make it easy to use and harder to loose too.

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Well, the clay betta, since being smaller, I also can find the baking clay for it. The cost is not a heavy worry, as it's trying new things out (even found a mold for a betta)

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