Without a plan to distribute your cards, there's
need to print them in the first place.
fall into the trap of thinking all the thinking about business cards
is over once the order is placed. Wrong! The average person has more
than half of business cards still in the box at any given time.
a plan to empty your box of cards in 3 months
less, after all, those little cards are your
powerful marketing tool.
Always carry cards with you. Always have them
handy. "Let's see, I've got one here somewhere,
that's a card I got yesterday, no, that's my
picture, here it is, no, that's not it
Always keep them fresh and flat. If they
worn or dirty, pitch 'em. You should be able
quick draw your card faster than Gunsmoke's
Dillon. If somebody gives you their business
you should give them yours in return, face
of your card as a print ad for you. Leave it
everywhere. More ad exposure leads to more
business. If you designed your card well, your
address is not on it so you can leave it
anywhere without fear a burglar will come
stores, banks and restaurants have bulletin
boards. Keep a few push pins in your car.
Always drop your card in the fishbowls offering a prize.
Enclose a card with every check you send to pay bills.
one on the table with your tip (as long as the tip is not
one to friends "Do you have my new card?"
a supply in a cardholder on your desk or at the front counter.
your spouse to always carry your cards, ready
deliver should they meet someone who might be
interested in your product or service.
spare cards everywhere so you never have to
for one, or worse yet, not find one and end
scribbling your name on the back of someone
the info on your card in a sig file that
automatically appears at the bottom of all your
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