What not to do with your custom business cards

We hope our cards tell people what we do. We all go to networking events and hand out our cards to everyone, people with whom we hardly have a conversation, as the card will tell them everything about us.

We hope that our business card will attract clients to our doorsteps. How many times have you walked into a laundry mat, bank, grocery store, or anywhere else to find a board that has hundreds of business cards attached to it? You can find VIP business cards online.

Have you ever pulled a card from the dashboard and called the person to do business with them? People hang their cards on the board in the belief that it will make people call them and do business with them.

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We think everyone wants our cards. How many times have you recently been to a networking event? People put their cards in your hands, take two and pass one! It's like a contest to see how many cards they can get rid of before leaving.

Most of us think that business cards should be treated as a business tool to remind others how to reach all of us after we have had a conversation. But the truth is that it is nothing more than a business card, its objective is not to be a sales tool, it is intended to be taken as a way for others to link to you. 

Save your cards, use them properly, given to those who request them. Or, put them in a fish tank for a free lunch, gym account, facial, or free financial review!