Business Card Printing
Your business card is usually the first impression of potential customers and the customers who work with you. It is the primary marketing tool for many businesses. As your marketing and printing needs grow, it will be important to find a printmaker who does a great job. That's why Favro printing and printing will lead you in your business card printing.
Here are some guidelines for designing and ordering an effective business card.
As with any marketing campaign, consider the following questions before you start designing and ordering your business cards:
Are your customers primarily consumers or businesses?
Do you offer services or products?
Who's the one you need to film?
What do you want this person to feel or think while holding your card?
What is the call to action you want your business card to promote? Do you want the buyer to go to your website and order products, call you for an appointment, visit your store or restaurant to buy?
Your answers to these questions will directly affect the decisions you make about your business card.
2nd ed. What information will your business card contain?
In the pre-Internet days, a good business card was like a personal calling card. Includes Your Name, Company Name, Title, physical address and phone numbers. As they took over digital business communications, many cards simply added new information: website, email address, social network identities, etc. And that's a problem because the more you put on your card, the less people read and remember important details.
Some instructions on which text information to include in your contact card:
Make sure you have all the key features: your website, your phone number (if you want customers to call you) and your email address.
Add your address only when you need people to come to your physical location.
State clearly what you are doing and / or offering. This usually includes a line of labels under your company name or elsewhere on the card.
3. Would you like a two-way card?
Business cards have two sides. Keeping the back Blank has a lot to spare, especially in a situation where the recipient wants space to write notes about yourself and your business, your business card will have an important place. On the other hand, this backside could be valuable real estate for information that could affect how potential customers respond and respond to the card.
Some ideas about using the back of your card to make the card a more effective marketing tool:
Turn your card into a discount coupon.
Provide a longer, more compelling line of labels about who you are and what you offer.
Highlight the rewards received, special achievements, or offers from satisfied customers.
List specific services or products offered.
Add your working hours or other relevant information.