How to print high quality business cards
As a business owner from Anchorage, Barrow, Bethel, Fairbanks, Kenai, Seward, Soldotna, Alaska you want to make sure that your contact information is handy for your target audience. So whenever you attend a business event, a marketing seminar, or a business meeting, you’re always taking your business cards with you.
Do you need new business cards that are of high quality? Then read this article to find out more about how to design and print high quality business cards.
It all begins with the design
The guy with the printer shop can’t do anything if they don’t have a high quality business card design. In some cases, the printer shop’s staff (such a Northern Printing Inc) can offer business cards design services; thus you are guaranteed that the business card design will allow a flawless printing process.
If you are working with a third party designer, then make sure that they hand you over the .PSD design file for your business cards. They should also follow the guidelines on the correct proportions of a business card.
Choosing the right type of printing paper
People get very creative with their business cards and use all sorts of designs and all sorts of printing paper. But for a business card that will stand the test of time it is recommended to use high quality paper that is a bit thicker than what you normally use for writing. Cardboard paper is a great example of paper for business cards. But for the best results, discuss your printing needs with a printing expert from Northern Printing Inc.
Handing the business cards to potential collaborators and customers (useful tip!)
This is one fun and very useful tip on how to give your business cards to others. Whenever you meet a new prospect or a new potential business collaborator, you will want to exchange contact details with them. It so happens that business cards do just that, but be careful how you’re handing them over to the other person.
It is said that the best way to give away your business cards is to hold them with both hands. This gesture shows just how important the other person is to you, and it also suggests that your business and services (or products) are very important for you.