East Arlington, TX (PressExposure) August 17, 2009 -- Does your business card actually do what it is supposed to do? Do you have business cards that work hard to accomplish your goals? Do you carry a business card that amply represents you and your company?
Your business card is a representation of you and your business. Your business cards are the very first things that your target clients would have to get to know you. Your business card reflects the brand that is YOU. That is why printing business cards are very important in every marketing arsenal that a business has.
However, as much as any marketer and business owner would deny it, people often forget who you are after every gathering or even right after you have given them your business card. In the excitement of the event that your recipients attended, 90 percent of the time they would forget about you especially when they have also talked with so many business owners like you. The only thing that can jog their memory is your business card printing. However, what if when printing business cards you included insufficient information about yourself? Worse, you have not been able to design your cards to express the unique personality and service you have.
It is time for you to look at your business card printing and evaluate what you have in your card. Does it identify you according to your brand image? Does it reflect the kind of business you are in? Even after a few months or even a year later you have given out your card, will it be able to give your recipients the information to help them remember you.
Your business cards are reflections of you. It sells who you are that's why you need to have enough information in there to identify who you are and what you can do for your target clients. It tells of your expertise and line of work. Your business card printing allows your recipients to have a glimpse of what you do and how you can help them with their needs.
As a rule, the ones you give your cards to do not always have the same business or even the same job as you do. Hence, your message in your business card should be able to pique the curiosity of anyone who happens to receive your card. This means conveying a general message that is simple, clear and easy to understand even by someone who may not have the need for your kind of service at the moment.
The bottom line is that printing business cards should be about you and your business. Your business card should reflect the brand that is you, that even after a few weeks or months thereafter, your recipients can easily recognize and remember you from the information you have in your cards.