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Is Your Business Card Really You?

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Is Your Business Card Really You?
Is Your Business Card Really You?

Business cards shouldn’t only be a representation of your business, but also an indicator of the type of person you are.

Obviously a distinction between your business and personal side should be made, but what does your business card really say about you?

For example if I were to hand you my business card you would probably get the feeling that I am a warm and friendly person due to the following reasons:

  • The card is thick, yet feels soft.
  • Corners of the card are rounded
  • The card color is green
  • The typography is a bit rounded
  • Neil Patel at QuickSprout also indicates 5 things you should keep in mind when designing your next business card.

    What Does Your Business Card Say About You? – [QuickSprout]

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