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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by bob, Dec 17, 2002.
How do they look?
What is DDA #871?
Do you really want your home phone number on the card?
Maybe your cell phone number instead? Or pager?
Did you make these yourself? They look a little rough.
They were made by a professional printer.The scan didn't come out real clear. They are raised ink.
DDA is Delaware Department of Agricuture. It's my certification number. As for my home phone number, when I started out I didn't have a second business line and some customers still call my house number. I don't have a pager and don't want customers to have my cell number. A few of my larger accounts have my cell number, but I just don't randomly hand it out.
Raised lettering is nice. I think keeping a busisness card simple and easy to read is the way to go, and like I said, the raised lettering makes the card look professional.
They're quite good, I'm sure in real life they're pro.
If you've already printed them, why are you asking? For approval?
Drop the home phone number: Just because certain clients call you there doesn't mean you want to encourage future clients to call you there. And it looks unprofessional.
Try www.bbrilliant.com for making your own cards online, they are very nice and professional.
What do you think of my business card?? Let me know thanks!!!
FWIW, everytime I see the term "Owner/Operator" I think of someone who drives an 18-wheeler.
Why not just Owner, or Proprietor?