Business card templates are available in Corel Draw and InDesign formats in several colors and styles. The template is set up to print on Avery and other popular brands of 10-up pre-perfed business card stock.
Available in Corel Draw and InDesign formats. Matches
letterhead template 1.
Business cards have been used for decades by
smart individuals and companies to spread the word about the
company and provide potential and current customers an easy way
to access contact information for the company.
When you think about it, where can you get such an advertising medium at such low cost? Many online sites offer business cards for as low as $10 for 500 cards. That’s about 2 cents per card! They can get even less expensive than that if you use a free business card template and print them yourself.
When creating your card you should include all of your contact information such as company phone, cell phone (if desired) and email address. The more ways a potential client has to contact you the better. Many people now include their Facebook, Twitter and other social network contact info on their cards.
To make a business card more useful and to have a better chance of the client to keep your card many people put an appointment card, calendar, coupon, special offer or other useful information on the back side of the card.
Cards can be distributed by simply handing them out to potential clients as well as placing them on bulletin boards or card boards in businesses that offer similar or complimentary services as yours.
It don’t hurt to get creative when distributing your cards. I’ve heard of personal trainers that put their cards on windshields of cars at a fitness gym. The point is, figure out where your potential clients are and distribute cards there.
Use color to make your card look enticing but make sure it is easily readable and not cluttered for the best effect. If you want to make your own cards be sure to check out our templates for use in Corel Draw and InDesign.
Black and Purple
Black and Red