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Monday, June 09, 2014

Designing An Effective Business Card

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In order to promote both yourself and your business to customers, a business card is one of the most important tools you can use.

With a business card, you will always have some thing that you can hand out to people when an opportunity strikes, and you never know where these opportunities will lead. But even though a business card can be a great tool, it can also be completely pointless if you do not know how to design your business card effectively. Your business card should do more than just list a name and a phone number; it should also create an urge to call!

One thing you have to remember when you hand out your business card is that the people you give your business card to will not always remember who gave it to them. In fact, it is not uncommon for people to end up with a pocket full of business cards every day! In addition to clearly stating who you are and how you can be reached, your business card should also clearly state what you do. It is especially important to make sure the card clearly states what it is you do if the name of your business does not make it clear!

A logo should also be included on the business card, but in a subtle manner, rather than in such a way that it takes over the whole card! Remember: Even though the logo is an important element, it is only one element of the card; it should be noticeable, but it should not be the focal point.

Also, pay a little bit of extra money to make sure you are getting high-quality business cards, as this will reflect well on your business. If someone is looking for a plumber, for instance, and they have nothing to go off of but a few business cards, they will choose the highest-quality, most professional-looking card.

It is not difficult to make sure your business card helps your business stand out, but it is also not difficult for your business card to detract from your business! Make sure that your card is effectively designed, and make sure that you spend a bit of extra money to have a card that looks great!

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