A new set of business cards
A new business card is often what a existing business may need to revitalize and modernize a dated look. Business cards are what a start up will need to find that new business. I work with the client directly to provide business card options that tell a story about the business identity. A good business card can explain what the business does at a glance.
How much is a set of business cards?
A business card layout, design and print by Mike Morgan is $175. I absolutely love to see how a new business card can serve well for a business for years. I am happy to say I have hundreds of happy clients that will agree a good business card design is a great step in effective business branding. Start with me Mike Morgan I will design you a business card that will be a striking effective tool that you can use in your marketing for years to come. Don’t forget to See here for excellent presentation folder printing for your business.
People continue to create billions of business cards yearly in the United States. Why? Because they remain a useful tool for personally connecting with prospects, customers or clients, fellow business owners – and promoting your brand, despite advances in technology and the rise of social media networks like LinkedIn.
If your business markets children’s toys and games, you might try using bright, primary colors and words written in child’s script. On the other hand, if you run a financial consulting service, then you want your business card to convey professionalism and reliability, so stick to traditional looks such as black printing on a gray, beige or white background, get help form the canvas n decor team.
Of course, professional designers claim entrepreneurs should not try to attempt designing a business card on their own, but many cash-strapped business owners have no other choice.
The best course of action: Look at all the business cards you receive, and emulate the cards that you like. You may have more leeway if you are in a creative business, such as party planning or retailing, but in general, keep the following tips in mind:
- Use your logo as the basis. Make it the largest element on the card.
- Keep it simple. Do not cram too much information on the card.
- Do include the essentials — your name, title, company name, address, phone and fax numbers, and email and website addresses.
- Make sure the typeface is easily readable.
- Stick to one or two colors.
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