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Added: December 22, 2004
Article rating: 3.19 (of 5) - 205 votes

Exchanging Business Cards: Do's and Dont's of Business Introductions

1. Be prepared

Always have a handful with you to present to potential clients or other business associates, even on the weekends. Make sure they are clean and crisp with no frayed edges or pen marks.
You'll find that many important contacts and business card exchanges can take place in the most unlikely places. Local restaurants often hang a bulletin board near the front counter for business cards to be posted. They're offering you free advertising, so be ready to take advantage. ... full article
Added: December 7, 2004
Article rating: 3.65 (of 5) - 494 votes

50 Surefire Business Card Tips for Real Estate Professionals

Business cards are one of the most powerful and inexpensive marketing tools you can use. Here are 50 surefire tips to make the most out of your business cards:
Your business card must communicate more than just your contact information. Make sure that your card includes a tag line that explains what you or your company do.
Order them in large numbers. By ordering 1000 your cost per card will be significantly lower than if you ordered 500.
Even if you can produce your business cards at home using an inkjet printer, have your business cards professionally made by a printing company. Your business card will be the first impression your prospects receive of your business, so let them convey the best possible one.
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Added: December 6, 2004
Article rating: 3.06 (of 5) - 193 votes

Do I Need Raised Letter or Full Color Business Cards?

If you've been searching around for business cards that will best represent the image you want to portray for your business, then you've no doubt encountered many options. The Big Two, as I like to think of them, are "Raised Letter" and "Full Color." What are the differences in raised letter and full color business cards? What are the price differences? What looks best for how I want to represent my business? These are all questions I hear on a daily basis. ... full article
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