If you’re in the market for a new business card, you should keep in mind that not all cards are created equal. Style should never be overlooked when it comes to business cards. Two cards can have the exact same information on them, but the one with an eye-catching design will be the only to earn the attention of potential clients. This guide will help you design a fresh look for your card to get more business for your company.
Having a well-made business card is essential for any photographer who is looking to build their brand. Decisions such as font style, color, images, etc. should all play a part in the design of your card. If you want to grow your customer base but aren’t sure where to begin with your photography business card, the following tips can help you develop one that your customers will be sure to remember.
A good photograph can stop someone in their tracks and really make them think. A good photographer, however, must stop someone in their tracks and convince them that they can take such pictures. Then, that customer must retain that first impression well enough to call them when they need a shoot. Drumming up business is sometimes frustrating, but the conversation can start with a great photographer business card.
Whether you run a 5-star restaurant, low-key bar & grill, upscale catering service, or some other food company, you'll encounter the same struggle of branding your business and enticing foodies to come and sample your delicious meals. It doesn't matter if your brand is luxurious, modern, or down-home; we have the capability of creating the perfect restaurant business card to showcase your style, and we'll prove it!
When designing a business card, you need to ensure that your brand conveys the right message and that your text is readable and clear. This can be a challenge since a business card is so small, so how do you know what size font to choose for a business card?
If you do a lot of networking and really want to emphasize yourself as a creative, innovative individual, consider jazzing up your business card's job title. Your business card is the first impression you’ll make as a professional. Due to its size, every word on it should be considered carefully to accurately portray your brand. Begin with a unique job title that everyone you hand your card to will remember.
The typical business card is white with color printed on it, but that's not how we do things at SILKCARDS. Getting a full-on black business card would be difficult anywhere else, but with our Onyx business cards, you can turn the tables on white. Not only are these cards dark and elegant, but the texture goes a long way too. This showcase highlights the best of our Onyx line.
We've discussed at length this month the importance of real estate business cards and branding. In such a competitive space where word of mouth and networking is everything, you want to remain top of mind after you've already left or concluded your meeting. Unfortunately, 88% of business cards get thrown out within one week of handing them out. So what makes a successful REALTOR business card?
One of the most popular references to business cards in pop culture is in the movie American Psycho with Christian Bale. In the scene, four brokers compare the intricacies of their business cards and try to outclass the others’ cards. The irony is that all three cards are somewhat plain and look exactly alike.
Real estate is tough. In this industry with serious competition and the massive amounts of networking required, it's important to convey a lasting impression to clients and other professionals. Is your business card working for you? Take a leaf from the playbooks of the agents below who have really made their cards their own brand advocates.