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Recent 6 Apr 2016

3 Business Card Mistakes To Avoid

by Lifted Logic

Are you confident in the appearance of your business card? Here are the top 3 business card mistakes to avoid.

What does your business card say about you? At Lifted Logic, we know first hand that business cards are helpful to have on hand when meeting new clients and networking contacts. If your business card lacks the strength it needs to make a statement, it may be time to consider an upgrade. Below are 3 business card mistakes to avoid according to our graphic designers.

Our Top 3 Business Card Mistakes to Avoid

Your business card is hurting your business if you are doing any one of the following:

  1. Printed on cheap paper: If your business cards are made on poor quality, cheap looking paper, your new clients or contacts will think that your business does not care about your materials. Unfortunately, this could translate to your new client or contact to believe that you products and services will be low quality as well.
  2. Design does not match your website: Every component of your business should match with your brand. If your website looks one way, while your business card looks another, your new client or contact could get confused. If they wonder for even a second if you are the company you say you are, you risk the loss of their business.
  3. Too much or too little information: We often see business cards that barely have anything on it while another screams “I don’t know what I am doing so I will put it all!” A business card should feature your business name, employee’s name (if desired), number, email, or a variation. Don’t make it too complicated, but also avoid not providing enough information for clients or contacts to find you easily.

If this sounds like you, contact Lifted Logic today to set up a meeting with our graphic design team!

Contact us today! We can’t wait to sit down with you to make sure you stay away from our 3 business card mistakes to avoid.





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Lifted Logic

Lifted Logic is a team of creative writers, designers, developers, and photographers who specialize in digital storytelling. As a leading web design company in Kansas City, Lifted Logic works with hundreds of small, medium, and large businesses across the country every year.