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How to Make Color Business Cards Online

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How to Make Color Business Cards Online

If you are heading to a conference this coming weekend or in the near future, you will want some nice presentable business cards to network with people you meet in between talks. Maybe the conference has emptied your pocketbook and you barely have enough to travel to the show. Avery.com has some nice online features which provide for the design and color printing of business cards to your personal printer.

The first step is to get your color images together ahead of time including a picture, a logo, and a background image. Visit the local small business supplier dealer like Staples, Office Max, or Office Center, and purchase some business card paper stock.

On Avery.com there is a feature called Design and Print Online, this is the area you want to visit. Create a template based on the business card stock you have purchased. Select a design to start with and customize it the way you want. Make sure to use the enhanced editing and complete the text fields that you wish to have present on the cards.

Once the text is complete on the Avery template you can add your color images. You can place, move, resize, order and rotate the images. When you have the cards looking the way you want them to look, you should Print your Project. This process will download the design to your desktop computer. From there you can print your cards to your printer, first on plain paper to double-check the design and then on the business card stock. You’re all set for your conference!

Magnets USA Creates New Business Card Model

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Magnets USA Creates New Business Card Model

If you want your prospects to remember your company and what your company does, getting them a business card that they will keep and look at is an important step. Magents USA has created a business card that is also a bookmark. The item is called a BusinessMark. These products contain your business information on one side and an eye-catching bookmark design on the other. Hopefully your prospects will utilize the cards as bookmarks when they purchase their next business book to read on the way to New York.

Even if the BusinessMark isn’t used by your potential new client as a bookmark, they will find it interesting, comment on it, and pass it around to their business partners and friends. Plus the price of the cards is about the same as what you’ll spend on premium business card production. Take a look at for examples of a novel ideal around the oldest networking tool in the world.