It is rightfully said that first impression is the last impression. This is also true in the business world. The only difference is that in the corporate arena, business cards are also a part and parcel of an individual’s or a company’s identity. From giving a potential customer a first look at your product to…
Showcasing some very cool business cards and different approaches compared to the traditional ways of the business cards. I have been building up this posts for quite some time now…here is a Flickr group that has some great business cards.
People are experimenting more and more with business card designs, with edgy designs, different shapes and varied materials, so what do you do to ensure that your card sticks in the mind of your target audience?
Working as a freelancer puts you in a category that is rife with competition. Freelancers hand out business cards like revelers throw confetti at a wedding.
Since I promised to announce the winners on last week’s Friday Fix, and I clearly made you wait over the weekend. This post is for the four lucky winners.
We are excited to have MOO provide 4 x 100 business cards for four of our readers for a business card inspired giveaway. If you are not aware of MOO, they love to print – whether it’s unqiue business cards, MiniCards, Postcards, Greeting cards, StickerBooks and more!
Printing business cards nowadays is cheap with the availability of online printing companies. All you need is an internet connection, a desktop publishing program, and a trusted printing company on the web.
Next Day Flyers a leading online printing company offering an array of printed products from business cards to club flyers to color postcards, is offering Inspiredology readers an opportunity to win a $75 printing credit.
At Inspiredology we aren’t afraid of posting awesome giveaways, some blogs don’t approve of it, but we love giving back to the community. We have teamed up with UPrinting.com to give offer high quality business cards.
Everyone knows that creating lasting impressions and networking are two important elements of building relationships for designers, freelancers and entrepreneurs. Why not let your business card do a bit of the work for you?