Monday, September 24, 2007

Business cards as tool cards

We usually think of business cards as a means to share your contact information. We might design a business cards in a way that is eye catching to better stand out to clients. Here is an alternative though that might make us rethink how we design our business cards for our own or clients.

The better idea is to add worthwhile information to your card. Information that is worthwhile whether or not your prospect buys your products or services immediately. After all, the goal is to keep your name in front of your audience for the long haul.

Insightful way to make people hold on to your card longer.


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