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Friday, July 30, 2010

Business Card

I was trying to get rid of the unnecessary papers in our office and found the old custom business card of my husband. It looks alright but, some of the information of that card is outdated. The phone number does not exist anymore and the background design is too outdated. When my husband meet clients, he still use the old cards but changed the phone number entry. It was still nicely done but, the information on the card was not good enough. That is why I am currently searching for a new layout design and color combination. I am looking for the right color combination that best reflect the business. I have to choose and present the design to him for his preference. Are you still saving your outdated business cards? It is not the basis for positive feedback but, it helps a lot. The business card reflects a lot about the business you ventured in. Necessary texts should be updated whenever there are changes of the information. How would you like to get a business card which contain the informationyou needed to know? Of course, you will keep that card because it contains the essential information you needed. Think about your card now. Does it have the information which the client need?

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