Pick a Card, Any Card

Hi, all. I please need your input on which business card is better. I

also need and welcome your input about any changes that would help. Thanks so much! Please leave your “vote” as a comment. Thanks!

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OPTION 2:

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5 Responses to Pick a Card, Any Card

  1. Sandy Clanton says:

    I like the 1st card the best it explains your mission a lot clearer. Which is a great one. I work in the beauty industry. thank you for your work.

  2. Iris Hughes says:

    Second card is best! We read left to right so the business logos are always on the left top corner to catch the eye. I taught an educational
    class on business cards to a BNI net working group and one of the first
    things I did was lay all the business cards on the table and stood back
    and noticed which ones stood out from the rest and explained why. It is important to print information on the back side of your business card just in case it is turned over as well.

  3. Kay says:

    Definitely #2. The first is too heavy on content and color. #2 is clean, clear and to the point.

    Kay
    @ThrivewithLupus

  4. Mary Sahs says:

    Yes, 2 is much cleaner looking and features the logo better. If you can, use the little square logos for Twitter and Facebook instead of the words. Leave off the http://, just start with www. Is “issues” the best word? It may be, but it didn’t hit me just right. My website uses “health concerns” and I’ve also used “challenges.” Never sure what’s best. Good to see you’re moving right along.

  5. Bitt says:

    2, the first is more like an abbreviated resume

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