New Guitar Lesson Business Cards Collection

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12 Business Card Blunders to Avoid in Networking

The lowly business card we don’t give it another thought before we get the thing printed up, and we just do what everybody else does. Many people, new in business, get the business card published before they’re really ready to, which causes lots of the mistakes that I record below. In both circumstances, experienced or new, we are missing huge opportunities to allow your small business card take some of their work off your own shoulders. We might take it for granted, but I believe your business card is one of your most important parts of marketing collateral, and also the most under-utilized.

Here are my suggestions for ways to have your company card functioning as hard as you can. If you would like to play along, pull out your business card and see if your card is guilty of some of those first four no-no’s.

1. Missing email address. Believe it or not, many of the cards I get via networking meetings are missing email addresses. This is most common with new business owners and people in the private care business, but nevertheless, there’s no excuse.

2. An email address that ends with , , , or your ISP’s domain. Everybody in business for themselves must be using their own domain email (such as @). This is free promotion of your internet site, so why are you advertising Yahoo!, Comcast, or AOL instead of yourself? Advertising a free email account as your organization email is just plain incorrect.

3. Glossy cards you can not write on. Okay, this is my pet peeve. It’s true, you are able to get these cards printed at no cost on the Internet. That sends a loud message that you don’t have the cash for business cards and that you just do everything on the cheap. That’s not what I want folks to think about my business.

4. A web site address printed on the card that isn’t up yet. While I get a business card from you, I am likely to see your web site to learn more. If it doesn’t come up, it tells me one of two things: you did not pay your hosting business or webmaster, or you have not gotten to that job yet. Both are bad messages to ship.

Okay, how are you doing? These are extremely basic, so in the event that you’ve been in business for a couple of years, you’re likely doing well. So now let us ask if your business card looks like it’s from a small operation or a Fortune 500 company. How about these small company no-no’s?

5. Missing job title. Every business card should list your job title, particularly if you are President or CEO.

6. Photo of you personally. This is tell-tale small business. I disagree with some people who believe that it assists during media; you could visit the web site and view their picture there. A picture takes up valuable card real estate and screams “ego.” It is simply not the best thing to have in your card.

7. No emblem. Every company needs a logo for branding its own image.

8. Clip art. Your logo needs to be the sole art on your card.

9. Weird shape. I really don’t feel the best way to stand out is via odd colors or shape of your business card.

Now, let us get to what really matters: the promotion. Here are some items to think about that very few others are doing that will help your results together with prospects:

10. One phone number. Prospects may get confused about what number to call. List only one, or make it apparent when to predict what number. Do not keep us guessing.

11. The company you’re in. If you said nothing and handed your business card over to a stranger and asked them exactly what business you are in, would they figure out it? Otherwise, neither can your potential. Ensure that your tag line or business name clearly defines the business you are in and if it doesn’t, you will need to add something in your card which does.

12. Things to do. Get prospects in your site by telling them what to do next directly on your business card. Can they get a complimentary consultation? A free white paper? Make it clear on the card they can sign up for the next step to get to know you better.

How’d you do? I hope you passed, and if not, I see that a trip to your printer on the long run.