Who are you? What do you do? Who sent you?
These are the questions that pop in my head when I look at business cards.
Your business card should tell people who you are and what you do.
What is your business card telling people?

Well, hey, y’all!
It has been a forever since I shared any business tips.
What can I say? Life has happened on more levels than one, but guess what? I’M BACK!

I’ve had my edges snatched and my life gathered. Now, I am ready to snatch and gather you, too. Now, be mindful. I won’t be snatching your edges literally. You need those. You can’t be cute running around with bald spots where your edges ought to be.

Now, I bet you’re wondering what in the world I’m going to talk about. Well……..
*in my Salt-N-Pepa voice*

Yeah, I had to do it. I just couldn’t help myself.
Now, they were getting ready to get up on some stuff that we’re gonna stay away from. LOL!
What we’re gonna get up on is these business cards.
That’s right.
For the next month, we’re going to be talking all about business cards.

You see, business cards are such a wonderful little thing. They can be anything you want them to be, but if they aren’t fulfilling their purpose, they are kinda pointless.

When you’re creating your business card, you need to make sure that it’s telling your potential client all about who you are and what you do. I know that may sound like a lot, but you aren’t giving them your whole life story. (Save that for another time.) You literally just want to tell them who you are, what you do, and how to contact you.
That’s it.
Isn’t that simple?

No matter what type of business you do, your people need to know how to contact you.
If you’re service based, they need to know where they can find samples of your work.
If you book appointments, they need to know where they can book theirs.
If they can purchase from you online, they need to know what your web address is.
If they want to contact you to find out more about your business, they need to know your name, phone number, address, email, and hours of operation.

Whatever you do, don’t overthink it.
Make sure your business card gives them what they need to know who you are and what you’ll do. With that information, they’ll find you to get what they want.

See? Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Now, go get your info together so that you can start working on some awesome business cards to introduce yourself to the world and get the business you desire to succeed.

And, if you’re ready to make some moves and get some bomb business cards that represent you, but you don’t want to do them yourself, feel free to contact me here and let me tailor the perfect business card for your business or ministry.