Myths About Business Cards

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Myths About Business Cards

One of the best things that you can do if you are a business owner is to have business cards. However, there are a lot of myths about business cards that may stop you from getting the most out of business cards. The following myths about business cards have to be debunked.

Myth: Business Cards are Outdated

Fact: It is natural to feel that business cards are outdated because we are living in the digital age. However, business cards are still relevant. There are some advantages that business cards have that online marketing does not have. For example, business cards give people a personal touch. You can put the business cards in the hands of the people who are interested in your business.

Myth: It is Best to Pass Your Business Cards to Everyone You Know

Fact: Many people give out their business cards to everyone and assume that their phone will start ringing off of the hook. However, you have to establish a connection with the people that you want to do business with. You should talk to the people first and see if they are interested in doing business with you.

Myth: Outdated Cards do Not Matter

Fact: Many people try to save money by passing out old business cards. However, a business card will not do you any good if the information on them are outdated. It shows people that you are not on top of what you are supposed to be doing. It also shows people that you are trying to cut corners and are not serious about your business. That is why you should spend the extra money and get new business cards.

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