5 Tips for Great Computer Repair Business Cards
I don’t know about you, but I collect a vast number of business cards from all of the networking events, conferences, and business meetings that I attend. Many of these business cards are scruffy, badly designed, and poorly printed. That leaves a bad impression of the person’s business. So what should you do to make your computer repair business cards stand out from the crowd?
Think about your business, the image that you want to project, and how the audience will receive it. Make sure that the design says something about what your business stands for, either through imagery or through text. Your business cards need to be all about marketing your computer repair services.
Do not use stock images. They are so widely used across the IT industry that everyone will spot them for what they are. Your business needs a logo.
Make sure all your details are correct on the card. Provide plenty of ways on your computer repair business cards for your contacts to reach you. Why not consider a QR code or a stylized one on the reverse of the card?
Make sure you decide on a good finish for the cards. Weird shapes can be an issue, because they do not fit into standard-sized business card holders, but cut-outs will.
Use a decent and reputable printer. Use a local supplier that you can build a relationship with, or an online supplier like Moo, who provide good quality cards at an excellent price—cheapest is not the option to take in this situation.
Your business card is a reflection on your business and any mishaps can tarnish your reputation.
So, take a little time to get them right and your computer repair business cards will serve you well.
Have you received less than appealing business cards from some of your contacts? How does that affect your perception of their organizations as a whole? Leave your thoughts in the Comments section.
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