New additions to our economy business card line. The economy ClearStart and LiFiber card. And the Make Life Better Economy Black Series card
We've released a new "How To Order Business Cards" instructional video to help assist you in understanding the process of ordering.
A new addition to our line of Economy cards, the Black Series are bolder and come in a classic non UV coated finish.
We are proud to bring you a new line of business cards geared toward the franchise owner who wants to save a few bucks but still promote their business in style.
Don't be fooled by the name, these cards might be called economy but you get great quality. At half the price of our premium cards these cards feature the same 14pt UV Gloss coated cover stock but have a writable uncoated blank back.
At $40 per set of 1,000* you have nothing to lose, so toss out those cheap avery printable business cards and invest in a great quality card at an affordable price. Choose between a Slim, Slim G, Matcha, and Transformation logos
*Sold as individual designs.
New Bios Life Matcha business cards will be released tonight!
Both cards are printed on 14pt UV coated stock. Be the first to market this amazing product.
Matcha is backed by nutritional science and is the first energy drink powered by Chi-Oka Matcha, a superior green tea with 20 times more antioxidants than the açai berry.
Carefully selected, all-natural ingredients are best-in-class for:
We have released another Unicity franchise business card designed by AMS.
This card keeps it simple and effective with your personal info, three Slim benefits, and how to order on the front. The back is a "How to Use Slim" info-graphic, showing how simple it is to take Bios Life Slim.
Want more options? Are you looking to re-order a new batch?
We have updated our Slim cards to give you more choices in your selection. The "Original" may look familiar, it's the previous Slim card with minor adjustments, the 'Slim Orange" is nearly identical to the "Original" but it sports a updated color scheme.
Want to tone down the bright orange? Our Slim "Grey" card tones down the bright orange and adds an image of the Slim packets.
Now you can have any Slim Challenge winner on the new Slim "Stats" card. Includes before and after pictures and their Challenge Stats.
All cards are available now!
Contrary to what some may think, business cards can be very versatile, and used for a multitude of different reasons. They can be very formal, or informal, depending on the type of image you want to portray about yourself and your company. Business cards can be used at networking events to promote your business/yourself, be a means for you to write down promotions, be used as appointment cards, and even display your talent, just to name a few. They're also great for freelance artists and designers who want to not only network with others and gather a buzz about their work, but showcase a little sample of what they do at the same time. They might consider a colorful logo, or a picture or illustration sample of their work, so as to display their talent subtly and without much effort. (Because, let's face it, you can't carry your 4' x 6' photo prints everywhere!)
So, what can you put on it? In addition to the obvious name, title, company name, telephone numbers and emails, a business card can include the social media sites you're active on, which is a great way to network with others in a very informal way. People often hesitate calling others, but adding someone to their Facebook friends list isn't such a big deal anymore. It also helps you create the impression that you get involved with new technologies and social trends, and portray the image that you're not still stuck in the Alexander Graham Bell age! It really is up to you what design you choose or the information you put down on your business card. Just be glad we won't punish you for breaking any rules.
Funny? Yes. Exaggerated? Sure. Impossible? Not really. If you think the pivotal scene in American Psycho where Patrick Bateman and his peers compare business cards down to the last detail (or “watermark”) could never happen, I'm here to tell you, never say never.
Although the film is itself satirical - thus intended with the purpose to ridicule - people do judge you on the presentation of your products. A business card is not just merely a 2” x 3.5” piece of paper that you jot down your contact information on; it's a weapon used in the workforce and the marketing world. Even if you don't agree with this philosophy, or let's say you're too carefree to fuss over different types of fonts and whether to use off-white colored paper or plain white, or perhaps you're part of the camp that believes these things to be trivial, you have to agree to some extent that there are people who will fuss over such things, and there are people who will judge you on your business cards.
So why not take a little more time to create a powerful marketing tool that will not only help people remember you, but take notice in the fact that you pay attention to detail and presentation? First impressions always count, so whether it's a particular choice of design that might set you apart, or a nice touch such as rounded corners, putting a little more effort goes a long way. After all, you don't want to be caught in that dreaded conference room in the midst of a business card challenge, cursing at yourself under your breath for losing to the guy with the slightly cooler color choice.
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