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What if you could extend the power of your business (or “branding”) cards?
At Not Just A Copy Shop, we have several variations on the business card that can be just the thing for your branding and marketing efforts!
Part of the human condition is the fact that there are multiple influences in our minds that compete with each other, or work together, to form our decision making process. They are like two people inside our heads.
One of those is Reason. Reason uses facts, logic, words, experience and foresight. Reason can unemotionally take in all points-of-view, and weigh the pros and cons. Reason is the side of you that reads, does mathematical calculations, figures out the odds, and strategizes. When you’re faced with a new situation, it is Reason that examines the facts and figures in a rational way, without emotion or feelings, and comes up with a decision that is supported by reason and facts. It’s a very useful process that is vitally important to our lives.
In today’s digital age, you still need a physical “bookmark” that you can put in someone’s hand. A business card will allow them to find you long after you name and number have faded from memory or been deleted from their laptop.
Sitting in a coffee shop one day, I got into a conversation with an interesting man who talked to me about his travels and adventures. I never asked him what his occupation was. When he got up to leave, he handed me his business card, told me his name, politely excused himself and left.
I looked at the card he had given me for the first time. There was something about the card that was beautiful and elegant, yet simple and unpretentious.
In fact, the front of the card was blank except for two words, his first name, and, “Photographer”. On the other side was some very succinct, easy to read contact information. Something about it made me just want to keep it, so I put it in my wallet.