What Info Should You Include On Your Card?
The first step is to decide what information you want to include. At the very least, you should have your:
Think Carefully About What Contact Info to List
How do you want to be contacted? I hate phone calls, so I tend to just include an e-mail address or my website. Remember, you never know who is going to end up with your card, so an anonymous e-mail might be best. I use [email protected])
The Good News: Getting Business Cards is Cheaper and Easier Than You Think
Here’s the thing, you can get a stack of business cards for less than $20. I highly recommend getting professional quality cards. Sure, you can get the kind that you print and cut, but since business cards aren’t very expensive, get some nice quality professional looking cards. I use VistaPrint.com for all of my printing. They do a great job and have sales constantly!
And the other best thing about business cards…!
You can put them in raffles and try to win free lunches, prizes, etc
So go ahead over to VistaPrint.com and start designing your new cards! Don’t forget you can save up to 80% by following my link.
I have to disclose that if you order through my link, VistaPrint will give me $5. It’s not a lot, but I’m legally obligated to tell you.
So, if you want to help me out (i.e. help me get some coffee money) I’d appreciate you purchasing through my link.
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Jena H. Casbon, MS CCC-SLP is a private practice consultant who helps SLPs, OTs and PTs start their own private practices. She is the author of two books: The Guide to Private Patients and The Guide to Creating a Web Presence For Your Private Practice and an online course, Grow Your Private Practice.