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What Information Should Go On a Namecard?

24 May

What Information Should Go On a Namecard?

 

Is it time for you to create new name cards? Regardless of whether you are getting any response from the ones you have or you need to update your contact information, it is time to think about your name cards and their design. What you may not realize is that it is more important than ever to update them with your current contact information as well as a few other key components to ensure these cards, which are often placed in a purse or wallet and forgotten about, are used in the best way possible. With a few tips, you’ll get the name card details just right.

 

What Is On Your Business Card?

It is important to keep information on name cards as concise as possible. You want them to be a tool for communicating with you, not a tool for you to use to sell a product or service through. In other words, keep the information to a minimum whenever possible. Now, take a look at some of the important information you should have on these cards no matter what.

Your name and your company’s name should be the largest and most prominent of the content you keep on these cards. This is what people are going to need to use to communicate with you.

Next, ensure your title is on the card as well. A title showcases why you are the most crucial person to call if that client or customer has your card in hand.

The most direct ways to contact you should also be included on the business card. This should include your address and phone number, fax, as well as your website. It should also include your email address.

In some situations, it helps to provide a brief message, such as information about your company, your company’s slogan or other brief message about your products or services. This should only be to create a memory in the mind of the user so he or she remembers who you are and reacts to what you can offer them.

 

 

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