MAKE AN IMPACT WITH
Your business card
Now that you have launched, you want to get the essential business branding items. You have a logo, a website, a custom email address. Now it's time to get business cards to tie it all together. You've probably already talked to a few people who asked if you had a business card.
Did you scribble your information on loose paper?
It's okay - it happens to everyone. Let's get you a card you can hand to a potential client or business partner.
It's time to make it official.
It's time to make an impression.
STAND OUT FROM THE CROUD
Business Cards That Impress
You can still make a significant impact when you hand someone your business card.
Some people make the argument that you don't need a business card anymore. There are indeed fewer opportunities than ever to trade business cards. There has been a move to digital and just trading social media handles or adding their contact information to your phone on the spot.
All of this is 100% true.
That means that when you have the opportunity to hand someone your card, it should make them nod and force them to make another inspection.
Metallic foils, heavy cardstock, die-cut, or beautiful graphic design can give you the wow factor.
Let's discuss the possibilities.
Type of Paper
A classic white or cream? How about craft cardstock? How about handmade paper or even plant seed paper? It's time to think outside the box and your common business card.
Stop wasting time trying to go the do-it-yourself route. Get professional help on your side to take your digital presence to the next level.
One of the most fun and creative ways to give that wow factor is with a die-cut card. Let's design a card shaped like a cookie for your bakery. Are you a realtor? Want a card shaped like a house?
Metallic Foils and Spot Glare
Make your card shine - literally. Adding an eye-catching metallic finish can make your name, logo, or design pop. Spot glare can add a clear shine to add a similar effect. A definite wow factor.
Business Cards Made Simple
The five-minute form collects your contact information, a preferred mode of communication, and services you would like to discuss. I will reach out to you to set up a time to discuss what you'd like to see in your new cards, your deadline, and your budget. After our meeting, I will send you a proposal that outlines everything possible within your budget.
- Fill Out The Form
- Meet To Discuss The Project
- Receive a proposal
Even though it feels like there is a never ending list of social sites on the internet, it is important to focus on the core platforms. Most businesses excel if they concentrate their energy on a few key sites and learn how to use them to their strengths.
Each platform appeals to a different demographic, during our consultation we will talk about who is your ideal client.
Once your “client avatar” is identified- we can start building a social media campaign that will capture attention and increase your bottom line.
HAVE MORE QUESTIONS?
read my FAQ page
It's common to have a lot of questions before you make a decision. I've included a list of common questions from past clients.