7.30.2009

BlogHer Swag Without Controversy

Maybe in the end, the swag you take is equal to.... the swag... you make?

(Nah!)

What I Gave
Here are the special edition Widow Cards (view or download the original set of 'em here) I had printed up for networking at BlogHer. The first two are the two different card "fronts" I presented; the third is the verso used on both cards. (For some reason, I couldn't get these pix into the post above.)





What I Received
There's been a lot of talk in the BlogHer community about marketing through building relationships. We're expected to "have a relationship with the brand." Well, leave it to my kid to figure out the relationships between the products themselves. Did you know Mr. Potatohead is the grandpa of the Kiwi stamper?



Last I checked, they were having a pretty good conversation with some crayons.


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7 comments:

Jean said...

My kids had that same Mr. Potato Head/kiwi guy connection. Hilarious. It was great to meet you at BlogHer. I look forward to reading posts from you and your community.

Stimey said...

Darn it, I commented from the wrong account. The comment above is from me, Stimey. We met in the blogging as transformation panel. :)

Kim said...

I love those cards !!!!

And I'm going to spend the rest of my day reading your "widowed in" Blogroll"....as soon as I pour myself a drink !!

Chillin' with Lemonade said...

I love those cards. I pass them out every time I'm late (which is often). I usually get a laugh from people who "get it" and an umcomfortable look from people who haven't been there.

hahamommy said...

I'm just gonna have to print out a set with: "You think that's a lame excuse? Too bad there's no word for a mother who's daughter has died, too. hannahsashes.blogspot.com"
I probably won't hand them out, they'll feel really good in my pocket! <3

Magpie said...

I had no idea that kiwi was a stamper! Damn.

Supa Dupa Fresh said...

Kim and Chillin': I'm so glad the cards are getting some use! Thanks for visiting and for your comments. Remember I'll make up custom cards any time you want...

Stimey: I loved meeting you too, I'm behind on all my reading but look forward to catching up with you soon!

Haha: Great to see you again. I appreciate the journey you're doing with Hannah's ashes. Thank you and blessings to your family!

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