This blog has been inspired by one of my most popular blogs >> 10 creative ways to use your business card for marketing.
Our business cards are one of the smallest pieces of our marketing collateral but they work so hard for us and can work even harder.
I still see so many business cards that are blank on the back when they could be used to promote your business just that little bit more.
I’ve put together another 10 ideas of what you could put on the back of your business card to help you build your brand, tell your business story and help you stand out from the crowd.
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I absolutely love stickers but they are an overlooked marketing tool. Cost effective to print, they can be used in any number of ways to promote your brand, quickly and easily.
They come in a range of shapes and sizes and used well, can really enhance your brand. Print a generic design and it will work on a large range of marketing for a number of years, or print a small run for a specific campaign or event.
You can provide your customers with extra information about your business, prices, information on products and services, direct them towards your social media, or even tempt them with special offers.
Just think creatively how you can use them to market your wellness business and raise your brand awareness.
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Your business card is probably the smallest piece of marketing you use for your business but it has such HUGE potential. After a networking event or client meeting, the humble business card is the one thing that stays with your potential customer.
This tiny piece of cardboard is a tiny piece of your business, a tiny piece of you. And I see so many business cards which are either blank on the back (such a waste) or they’re not using the back to their full potential.
Fortunately, because most of us go through business cards pretty quickly, it’s not usually too long before you’re ready for a reprint. And when you are, have a think about some of the following ideas. Could you use them for your cards and make them work that little bit harder for you? Continue reading “10 creative ways to use your business card for marketing”