With many people switching their network to online sites like Facebook and Twitter, it is important to know that the venerable business card is still here to stay. They are comparatively cheap, powerful, and give your customers easy access to information and your direct message in one piece of paper. However, that doesn't mean that you produce the same boring card year after year and have to live in the stone age. Click here to find out more about custom business cards.
Do you need to make a good impression? Know the code
Exceptionally popular in Asia, QR codes are slowly gaining popularity here in the West. If you've never seen a QR code, it's a small square black and white image that works like a barcode to store your contact and information.
Scanner apps or smartphones can read a small QR code to get the advice you want. You can generate QR codes for free online through various websites on Google. Then simply add this image to your business card to print.
Make your business card speak any language
With economic growth happening all over the world, it's a shame not to believe internationally when creating your next business card. Even if your company does not have direct connections to international markets, your reach can be expanded by showing your cultural knowledge to emerging markets.
This is especially true in Asia for states like China, Japan, and Korea, where business cards are a vital tool for both the transfer of vital information and the ritual of exchanging business cards.