How to Design Business Cards That People Will Pay Attention To

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7 Tips on What Information to Put on Your Business Card

A good business card is an extension of your brand that conveys the right information about who you are and what you do in a memorable, powerful, and meaningful way.

Start with a high quality business card template or custom design, which gives you the right foundation to build from. With a good design in hand, you then need to customize it—adding key details to your card…More at

Information That Should Go on a Business Card

Although there are hundreds of possible arrangements, a few commonly accepted guidelines dictate where to place the essential information.

When in doubt or when there is little time to experiment, follow these guidelines for creating a basic, serviceable and effective business card…More at

What Should You Put on a Business Card?

Get-It-Done Guy explains how to make your business card work for you.

Listener Scot asked:

“I have three business cards. One for work, one for my non-profit avocation, and one for my personal information, for people I actually like. What information goes on each? What’s the etiquette for handing them out (will they just get thrown away)?”

Scot, 3 business cards? You’re as over-the-top as I am. There’s a lot to say about business cards (who knew?) so let’s jump right in…More at

What to Include on a Career Networking Business Card

Learn what to include on a business card when you are job searching, with tips for creating a business card that will impress everyone you meet.

Whether you are attending a job fair, a career networking event, or meeting a contact one-on-one, it’s a good idea to have a career focused business card, so it’s easy for people you meet to follow up with you…More at

What Information Should I Include on My Business Card?

The question is, do you want to be remembered favorably with a professional-looking card, or do you want to be the business card and the contact who is immediately tossed into the discard pile when they get home?

With so many variations floating around, it’s difficult to know exactly what information to include on a business card. You’ll want to give enough information so that people remember…More at