Porche had a commercial a few years ago promoting their new 911 Carrera S model. In the commercial a young boy dreams of one day owning a Porche, after visiting a local dealership he asks for a business card.
What you can takeaway from this commercial is that giving someone your business card is like planting a seed.
The boy promises to comeback in about 20 years, in a MLM business 20 years for a call back might not be what your wanting. But when you give someone a business card you give them a reminder. At the time, your business offer might not have been what they were looking for at that moment. You might get a call in a week, in a month, or even a year but you'll have a greater chance of a call back if you'd have given them a great business card...
Over the years all of those presentation videos were edited by myself, all of those graphics were designed by myself, all of those dvd's were created and produced by myself, and all of those websites were yes you guessed it made by me. I've spent many late nights and long hours working on projects for Unicity franchise owners who've used the PGD System. It's been a labor of love bringing the ideas of Jim Fobair and T Gray to life, making every presentation better then the previous. I've learned a lot over the years working closely with two great leaders, both Jim and T believed in me every time a deadline arrived.
And so, to help alleviate the frustration of Unicity franchise owners confused on which training "team" they should commit to, members from all of the top north american training teams got together and, with the urging from Unicity corporate, became one. Deciding to move forward with the newly created Do X Get Y system. We wish everyone the best and support their vision of unity.
Not to worry, we'll still be here bringing you the absolute best in marketing materials. Expect a lot more new products and although PGD is now part of the past, we will always remember it as the beginning.
However, the company states that the average selling price per card is about the £1000 ($1,500), and it is sold in sets of 25, 50 and 100 cards.
Established in 1998 and purchased by eBay in 2002, PayPal is the leading digital payment company in the world with “over 148 million active accounts in 26 currencies and across 193 markets, processing more than 9 million payments daily.” If you’ve spent more than a day online you’ve likely used it to pay someone (like us) or you use it to receive payments — it’s one of the most ubiquitous digital brands today. PayPal announced a new global campaign by Havas Worldwide and introduced a new identity designed by San Francisco, CA-based fuse project.
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Shona Creative wrote a great article about VistaPrint. Don't get suckered by their cheap prices, you get what you pay for, and in network marketing your card is a reflection of you and your business.
Why VistaPrint = bad for your business
You get what you pay for, and that's why it's all 'FREE'
Years ago, when I was an ity-bity baby entrepreneur I thought I'd give VistaPrint a try (before I found my own fantastic, professional printer Amber Media Solutions). And here's what happened. Design aside, the cards were:
- smaller than a regular business card
- very, very thin
- very little coating on them
- tattered at the edges and corners from lack of quality card and coating
- dull in colour, even the white was greyish
- the top edge was cut on an angle!I remember going back a couple of months later to give their flyers a try and the same result occurred, except instead of cutting the edge on an angle, they put the back upside down from the front so the flyer looked completely confusing and unprofessional!
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This is a series of 27 business cards created by Italian design firm Invasione Creativa for fictional movie characters starting their own businesses. They're all pretty clever, click "Read More" to view them all.
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