We live in a world of technology, but business cards continue to be one of the most affordable and best marketing tools for any business and brand.
Choosing a business card can be fun. Not only are they great for branding, but they can also highlight your personality.
Well, for example, let me discuss socks. When we were younger and we received a pair of socks for our birthday or during the holidays, we were all probably disappointed, but thankful. We all wanted that new popular, fun toy.
Sure, socks can be boring. But, as an adult, we have a variety of business socks to choose from and we’re more likely to be looking at the design, colors, and material. Why? Maybe we want to highlight our personality and characteristics. Let’s say someone describes you as being fun, outgoing, and possibly a risk-taker. You’re more than likely to purchase one that offers bold colors, unique patterns, and possibly an off-the-wall design.
I’ve purchased a few of my socks from Freeker USA. My socks range from Luke Kueckly, NC State Wolfpack, and Tupacca socks. I’m always impressed with their brigth colors and fun designs.
The same goes for business cards. With your business and brand, you’re constantly wanting to get noticed. If you’re looking for a way to stand out, be unique, and impress potential clients, go beyond the traditional sized business card and branch out by selecting square business cards.
Why Print Square Business Cards?
They provide an immediate benefit. They allow you and your business to seem confident, and interesting. Having a square card is a bold move!
Creative individuals such as graphic designers, photographers, and artists often use unconventional card shapes such as square. But, design agencies, doctors, finance professionals, and lawyers also use square shaped cards. They’re versatile and can provide you with endless opportunities to dazzle the crowd with your creativity.
At Primoprint, you have two size options; 2” x 2” and 2.5” x 2.5”.
Not only will they make a great first impression, but they will have people talking about you and your business brand.
Different Card Stocks
When thinking about a creative business card, people associate that with the design. But, an area that can be overlooked, but can be critical, is the card stock. I promise I won’t get too technical. But, similar to the shape of the card, the card stock can play an important role and can highlight your personality too. For example, do you enjoy the outdoors, or have a connection with nature?
Well, we offer two environmentally friendly card stocks; Kraft paper and Natural. Both contain 30% recycled materials. Take a look at all the different paper stocks we offer.
Be Creative with Special Features
Not only is the size unique, but we offer square-shaped cards on a variety of card stocks and features. For example, you can include Spot UV, which is a clear varnish that’s applied to certain areas of your business card design. It can create dramatic contrast, highlights, and dimension to the text, images, patterns, and more. It’s one of my favorite features. There are other options that can quickly make your design come to life and pop off the card.
So, know you’re ready to have that special card. What’s the next step? You can either upload your design or contact our design team. We understand designing a card can be challenging. Let one of our in-house designers create a one-of-a-kind design for you and your business. Just complete the online form and they’ll be in touch with you soon.
If you have a design and want to get started, download our square business card template.
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