Get more information onto your business card
June 11, 2015 · Print This Article
During the process of designing business cards, many people make the mistake of trying to put far too much information on such a small pace. This can lead to a very bad situation indeed. Do not make this mistake, as a cluttered business card will do nothing more than aggravate your potential client, as they may struggle to read it. However there is a way in which you can incorporate vast amounts of information onto your business card and avoid the clutter. As a matter of fact, you can even get the entire content of your website onto it by using something as simple as a square.
Make the QR code work for you
A QR code is a small square barcode comprising of a combination of white and black blocks. Its use is accessible via smart phone cameras or similar devices and upon scanning, the device will be taken to the URL attached in the coding.
By strategically placing this image onto your business card, you will be opening up the portal for your clients to go from a card to your entire website in a matter of seconds. This will ensure that all information you wished to include on your business card, will now be accessible to them in a far more detailed manor.
Which company can assist you?
This is a way in which you can get the best of both worlds by having enough but not yet too much information on one single card. If you require any assistance with the designing of your business card, do not hesitate to ask our team here at Minuteman Press Kempton Park. Not only can we assist you with any business card needs you may have, but we also offer a wide plethora of printing services to our clients. Get in touch with us today for more information on how we can assist you.
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