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”
It’s quite hard deciding what to write about once you finally, finally get around to setting up your first blog. So I just thought I’d pop on, say hello and do a little introduction about myself. Makes sense!
Liz Hall Design has been running since May 2012 and is the home of fresh, modern and happy design. And it’s run by me, Liz. After working many years in various design studios and in a large not for profit organisation, I was made redundant and decided to set up my own design studio, eek!
It didn’t take long to realise that this was the best thing to happen to me (work wise) and I haven’t looked back since. Now I work with lots of women business owners, many of whom are just at the beginning of setting up, and I help them with their logo design and any other marketing materials they might need. And the odd website too.
My clients leave me with a lovely new logo and brand style guide on fonts and colours, and their businesses look fab. And professional. And I see them on social media and can spot them straight away. So can their customers.
And that makes me smile.