At one point in time business cards were your first impression. Now what “they” (whoever they are) say is that your first impression is really your website. Well I guess that would depend on how this person (aka hopefully a new customer) found you. But if they are meeting you in person (WOAH… I know, when does that happen) instead of them finding you online, than YOU and your business cards are your first impression.
These are two things you should have full control over. Now, even if you are in a bad mood, when it comes to work, you have to put it behind you and fake it till you make it if you have to. The same cannot be done for your business card. Now please don’t take this as a sales pitch, because although it sounds like I am trying to convince you that spending hundreds of dollars on a business card is necessary, the truth is, I think it can all be done for a reasonable price, and still WOW.
So these days, when someone is trying to sell you the thickest card, or the shiniest card, or the ones with the most bells and whistles that are going to cost you $1,000 for 1,000 cards is not the only way to go! Come to us, and ask for our advice, and we will make sure you get as close to what you are looking for, but in a price range that doesn’t make your stomach do summersaults.