Now that you have tips on how to attend a blog conference, now you need business cards. A business card is like a resume. It’s a small preview of who you are. You can design it to showcase your personality or tell your story. Like Facebook and Twitter, we connect instantly without knowing each other based on topics and likeness.
When you meet people in your industry having a business card is another way to connect with them. Business cards is a great marketing tool that keeps evolving to embrace social media and technology to stay connected.
The design behind your business cards, help articulate public perception of you, your brand and/or company. Staying consistent with your brand is as important as having a logo on your website, without it, people won’t know it’s you. You can add a picture, but it only ends up being a card with your face on it and nothing more. Would Nike create a tennis shoe without their logo? It would be a no-name shoe and you probably wouldn’t buy it. Your logo, picture of yourself, the colors and its design go hand in hand and without it people won’t recognize you. Your business card is the only perceptible thing they have to remember you by. Why not create something remarkable and memorable.