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Sending Business Cards & Ordering Invitations Has Never Been Easier

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Sending Business Cards & Ordering Invitations Has Never Been Easier

Vistaprint has long been known as the turn to company for professional business cards and company printing. With simple design tools and easy to use templates, consumers can take full advantage of professional business documents at a fraction of the cost of using print companies. As a way to increase their usability, Vista print also offers a full line of personal products like invitations or greeting cards that makes planning your next party or reunion simple and affordable. While you order your 250 free business cards complete with personal logos and plenty of room for contact information customers can whip up a batch of birthday invitations that will have friends dying to RSVP.

Vista print has long been the industry leader for business cards and polished office products and they carry that same standard of quality to their line of personal products.

Business Cards in a Wed 2.0 World

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Business Cards in a Wed 2.0 World

A company called DUBMeNow has invented the #1 way of the future to exchange contact information, via Mobile Phones. The phone application called DUB receives 500 new user downloads a day on good days and allows Blackberry, iPhone, Windows Mobile, and Android cell phone users to quickly exchange information. The business cards of the past will be a long for years to come, but digital contact information exchange is what excites most tech savvy individuals.

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Likewise LinkedIn, the business social network, has developed a phone application for the iPhone and the Palm which works in a similar way to DUB. The application should be available to Blackberry users soon. The advantage of the LinkedIn application is most business professionals that are networking already have a LinkedIn account. And there’s no need to update the contact information in the future when people change jobs because the account owners update their own details.

Organizing Business Cards Step By Step

Organizing Business Cards Step By Step

You will need a three ring binder, binder dividers, and card file sleeves to complete the eHow business organization plan outlined below. Make sure the binder sleeves are not wider than the binder itself. Get a few extra supplies for future cards that you want to organize. And compare the prices at different stores to get the best price on your products.

Collect all the business cards that you have. Check places like your wallet, purse, desk drawers, glove compartment, etc. You’ll want every important business card when you begin organizing them.

Get the three ring binder mentioned above and make sure that it is large enough for the number of business cards that you want to organize. A two inch binder is the generally best solution but smaller sizes can be used if you do not plan to collect too many cards over the years.

Get your plastic sleeves and make sure they match the binder that you have. Place the sleeves inside the binder and then divide the sleeves with the tabs you have purchased. Alphabetical makes the most sense for the order of your tabs. Having tabs of different colors can also be helpful for organizing categories. Have some extra tabs on hand for future groupings.

Place the business cards into the sleeves, either one per slot or back to back to conserve space. It becomes much easier at a later time to pull them out if they are only one card to a sleeve slot. Place a big old label on the front of the binder when you are done.