We’ve covered it here before…here and here and here…the business card is often the first tangible thing people see of your business, and they will make judgments about your business based on that. Jeff Cornwall of Belmont University and The Entrepreneurial Mind Blog covers this very subject today.
His excellent list (go to his post here to read the full explanations…)
– Never cut corners.
– Pay attention to the little things.
– Include all critical data, but none that is useless.
– Include description, logo, and/or slogan.
– Remember, it has two sides.
Business cards are the first thing you hand someone and often the only thing that remains after you’ve left. Make them something memorable, and make sure they not only are an adequate representation of your business, make sure they’ll make an impression (positive of course…).