Sunday, March 25, 2007

Business Cards

In the working place, we need to use business cards. Business cards are an effective marketing tool for your company and yourself; therefore, the design is very important. Your cards should at least include your name, phone number, fax number, e-mail, addresses and company logo. The information should be presented in a color and font that are easy to read. In addition, you could make full use of the other side of your business cards to include discounts, coupons or any information that will add value to your potential customers.

1 comment:

Chris Brunner said...

Thanks for reviewing my site. Business cards are some of the most underutilized marketing tools in a small business owner’s arsenal. I think the problem is that most people don’t spend the time thinking about how they can make their business cards work for them (rather than the other way around). One sale from a single business card could pay for the entire stack.

Use the backside of your cards offer a discount or coupon, or other useful information related to your products or services. The key here is to add value because without value, your business card is worthless!

Recent breakthroughs in online scripting allow small business owners to utilize free business card templates to design and order their business cards online. With thousands of backgrounds and dozens of text layouts the possibilities are truly endless. Best of luck and success, and thanks again for the link.