Monday, 18 March 2013

New business cards

Plastic business cards are small cards made from durable plastic that contain a person's name, job title, and contact information. They are likely to outlast any standard paper business card, but durability is only one of their advantages. They also stand out, are recognizable by touch, and make a solid favorable impression. There are two basic varieties of plastic business cards: transparent and solid.

Transparent plastic business cards are made from lightweight plastic that can be clear or tinted one of a number of colors. Because these cards are transparent, they can only be printed on one side. While more basic than their solid cousins, they work well for many types of businesses. Transparent cards have square corners, like paper cards, and normally use one-color printing with minimal artwork. Because the cards are waterproof and won't get dirty, they are an excellent choice for scuba instructors, plumbers, automotive shops, house cleaning services, courier services, and all types of home businesses or services.

Companies that can use flash to sell their products or services often find plastic business cards to be a great advantage. Advertising firms, financial law firms, photographers, spas, and companies involved in technology are all kinds of businesses that can benefit. Even a service that might be well served by the transparent card, such as custodial service, could consider a solid white card with simple black lettering and a full color photograph of the smiling owner. Next to a plain paper card, this type of business card can have a great impact on potential clients or customers.

Plastic business cards are remarkably affordable and can make a significant difference in the promotion of a product or service. They are also likely to stay in circulation longer and will be readable and new-looking no matter how long they are kept or how often they are handled.
 

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Business Cards

The plastic business card is often something placed at the back end of your wallet or in your pocket. Deemed as a small inconsequential piece of paper that is part of day to day meetings with people, the card is seldom considered more than its face value. However, these cards have a long history and an evolution many of us don’t appreciate.


Time has eroded much of the manners regarding business cards, however rules do persist. Cards should not be handed out by the left hand, should never be written on and should always be translated to the language of the specific country they are being handed out in on the rear of the card. They should never be carried loose and presented in the best condition.
These days plastic business cards should have the name of the card holder, their title, the company, their location, and relevant contact information such as address, email, telephone and anything else you feel the need to add. Cards are usually printed in black ink on white paper, though this varies by country.


Following this logical etiquette means you and your cards won’t have any issues and just think how much more hassle you’d have had handing them out 300 years ago.

Monday, 11 March 2013

Plastic Business Cards

Business cards are shared during formal introductions as a convenience and a memory aid. A business card typically includes the giver's name, company affiliation (usually with a logo) and contact information such as street addresses, telephone number(s) and/or e-mail addresses. A professional business card will often (but not always) include one or more aspects of striking visual design.


Business cards are frequently used during sales calls to provide potential customers with a means to contact the business or representative of the business. Today's business cards are produced via a range of printing methods, and are available in a number of materials and finishes. Common amongst these today is the plastic business cards.


Customers using these plastic business cards feel a bit special too, and this makes them us them a bit more the regular cards, increasing your total sales. The use of these cards also makes them think they are receiving benefits and discounts not given to the rest of the customers who do not use the plastic cards.