Business Card Designs - Posted by Bob

Posted by Robby C on April 04, 2006 at 18:25:53:

Take a look at the business cards you have been given or go store to store and grab some. See what YOU like about them AND don’t like about them.

I have company name and phone numbers only on mine. Am going to add the office address – now that I have it.

I’d leave your home address off it.

Business Card Designs - Posted by Bob

Posted by Bob on April 04, 2006 at 13:06:32:

Anybody have any good designs/ layouts for “I Buy Houses” business cards?

Trying to decide what information to include on the card.


No Fluff - Posted by Elizabeth NJ

Posted by Elizabeth NJ on April 04, 2006 at 22:01:09:

Just get a straight business card with your message & contact info. Nothing fancy, no insignias, pictures, etc. Most people appreciate simplicity!!!

Just do it!!! - Posted by Scott(FL)

Posted by Scott(FL) on April 04, 2006 at 20:56:38:

Dont analyze what you need on the card too long…

Something that looks professional, good paper…
Put on it what you do, your name and number, thats it! Get a couple of thousand and pass them out everywhere. You can always change the look later on.


Re: Business Card Designs - Posted by Chris

Posted by Chris on April 04, 2006 at 18:21:10:

I am also struggling with a good layout/ design for a business card.
One sided or Two?
How much information is too much info?


Re: Just do it!!! - Posted by Joe

Posted by Joe on April 05, 2006 at 11:32:31:

I second this recommendation. No matter what you do, after you order your cards, you will find something you don’t like about them. But you should be handing these things out like free candy, so you’ll have a chance to change the design when you order them again in a couple months. You don’t have to live with your original design forever. I’m on my second design and I already have changes in mind for my third design.