Archive for the ‘word list’ Category

Columbus Day Themed Bingo Cards

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

We’ve added a new word list for our template bingo card design collection, so, please welcome our new Columbus Day Themed Bingo Cards.

That  set of word lists is getting hard to browse, we’re going to have to improve the template listings page soon!

Also fitting for this time of year:

  • Canadians!  Our Thanksgiving Word List is alive and waiting for you!  Unfortunately, it’s a little American-centric, since most of our business is  from the USA. You’ll have to edit the word list to make it more Canadian.
  • Our Halloween Word List is getting a lot of search engine traffic – already!

Some other recent items of note:

  • If you’re a fan of Bingo on Facebook, look out for our revised Facebook advertising campaign.  We’ll see if we get an ROI on these ads this time around.  We tried Facebook advertising two years ago, and it was a dismal failure.
  • Our Facebook “like” button was initially mis-configured.  Whoops.  After fixing it, we discovered a whole lot of “likes” that were built up, presumably from the Share link that has been part of the site for years. Nice!

Thanks for using  Basic use of our bingo card generator is still free!  And an upgrade for the entire feature set is still only $10… for now.

Super Bowl XLIV Bingo Cards Word List – 2010

Monday, January 25th, 2010

Wow, we have dozens of people using to create Super Bowl themed bingo cards already!

This is a reminder blog post about our template bingo word list for Super Bowl bingo cards. You’ll find the list on All you need to do to create your free printable bingo cards is click submit a couple times and our custom PDF for you will appear for you to print.

This year’s Super Bowl is on Feb. 7, 2010.

As always, at, you can customize the cards so that you have exactly the terms you want. The Super Bowl themed word list is not specific to any given year, so you might want to insert a few extra terms like “XLIV”, “New Orleans”, “Saints”, “Indianapolis”, “Colts”, etc. Oh, and the actual teams – once they’re decided, of course.

Enjoy the game, halftime, and the ads!