The business card is unquestionably the most common of all printed marketing items. Almost everyone carries a business card, whether it’s for their own firm, the company for which they work as a salesman or even a restaurant that wants to provide customers with a quick and easy method to keep their contact information. With so many business cards being sent about for so many various reasons, it’s critical that yours stands out; otherwise, it’ll get lost in the shuffle and be forgotten. However, the traditional business card is out and about, to make sure yours won’t be put into trashcans you need to make it stand out from others.
During the COVID-19 epidemic, many products became touchless, and the use of QR codes skyrocketed. Service and communication become faster and more convenient when someone can just whip out their phone, open their camera or QR app, and snap a photo that brings them to the relevant web page. Not only should business cards contain crucial and useful information, but they should also be visually appealing. The quantity of information we want to express may not fit on a standard-sized business card, or if it does, it may result in a cluttered card that is unappealing to the eye. A QR code solves this difficulty by allowing vast volumes of data to be transferred with only a few taps of a smartphone camera.
Business cards have traditionally been printed on only one side. This leaves one whole side of undeveloped land that might be used for a variety of reasons. If your restaurant gives out business cards with your address and contact information on one side, the other side may be used for a discount to tempt people to come in, business hours to let people know when to come in, or promotions like happy hour. Small company owners can present one or two product or service photographs on the reverse side of their business card, while sales professionals can add brief nuggets on why buyers should work with them. Rather than trying to squeeze a lot of information onto one side of the business card, the content may be spread out when the opposite side is used.
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