Wow! It’s taken me a day to get over the exhaustion of Podcamp Atlanta 2007. Kudos to Amber, Rusty, and Penny and everyone else involved for pulling off such a great event.
So I sit down and sort through all the new business cards I collected, and it occurs to me that I can’t remember half the people I spoke to by business card (the good news is I did remember the other half!) Which is when it hit me; why don’t people start putting a photo URL on their business card? For example, here’s mine (notice the Well Designed URL :-), but of course it’s not yet on my business card:
Of course, that begs the question of a Personal URL on a business card. A person’s personal URL is a URL that points to their personal "About" page, and I think everyone should get one. Of course that URL should also have a photo:
Note My "about" page points to the "About Me" category on my blog, but I plan to write a good concise "about" page in the near future. And my next business cards will have my photo and my about URLs listed.
7 Replies to “Business Cards, Photos, and Personal URLs”
Business Cards…HOO-RAY, Business Cards.
So Lawrence, you gonna include my business card on your site?
Your welldesignedurls link is wrong…should be plural.
Doh! Thanks Scott, fixed.
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and letterheads are the most important items for your business. They create first
impressions, provide contact information, and are invaluable marketing tools.
So when printing business cards first do some planning and consider the following
Should have a authentic email
Should add Some Color for attraction
always leave the back blank
quality should be great
font should be good and attractive
more emphasis on quality not on quantity
These five tips helps you in printing quality business cards.
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