Tuesday, January 16, 2007

More on business cards...

While I'm pretty positive everything will go fine with my recent order of business cards, I should have read a bit more information on business card printing beforehand. An important piece of advice I missed was asking for a free sample to make sure the quality of the cards were as promised. I let my excitement at the idea of having something to pass out when I am at events like the upcoming Roots Camp get in the way of that. Granted I got an excellent price but if for some reason the cards ended up being disappointing, I'll wish I would have taken that extra step...

4 comments:

Me4Prez said...

I need to get myself a business card made up. I have several good ideas, but have not had reason to use any yet. Since I have decided to crash both conventions in 2008, I can hand them out there

T. F. Stern said...

Business cards are a minimal expense, not the end of the world if they didn't meet your hopes and desires. Order from another printer and put both on your expense report for the year.

Hooda Thunkit said...

I ordered some "gag" business cards from one of those catalogs that came in the mail.

I ordered 4 sets, each in a different color and the three on the color stock all came at different times but close together except for the one set with a "riskier" job/work description on it.

That one came almost 2-months later than the rest; I guess that they prayed over it until somebody "got it" and laughed out loud ;-)

Hey, for ~$4/1000, I couldn't resist ;-)

Lisa Renee said...

Now..I'm curious...

:-)