When Do You Use Photos and Images In Your Business Cards

By: print_place01
If you really want your business cards to stand out, why not try to design a business card printing project with a photo or graphic image in it? Or do you really need to add one to your business card printing project to make it more attractive? How do you choose between more words or additional pictures to make your business card printing project more effective marketing tools?

You need to consider several things before you decide whether to include pictures in your business card printing project or just go for simple and plain words. Often, the decision you make to include or not pictures in your business cards can make or break your target clients’ response to your print cards.

First off, consider your limited space on your business card printing project. Does your space need more elements, or can it hold illustrations in addition to your business card printing copy.



Second and most important factor is to consider how you’re going to use your business cards. When do you plan to hand them out? Where do you intend to hand them out? And who will be your target audience?

If you plan to make your business cards do the job of getting a set of audience that doesn’t know you, then you need to have a business card printing project that attracts and grabs the attention of your target clients. Pictures and photos can help you do all those things. Even with the absence of a personal contact, your business card printing project can provide your prospective clients an image of what you have to offer for your business, as well as what benefits can your prospective clients get from your business.

On the contrary, if you intend to give your business cards to those who know you already (like existing clients, relatives, and business associates) you don’t need to use an overwhelming business card printing design to get them to know your business. What they need would be more information so it is better to create a business card printing design that includes a more expanded version of your contact information. This may include new store hours, additional store locations, or even new products and services.

Knowing beforehand how you’re going to use your business card printing project can provide you with a more appropriate decision whether to use pictures in your business card printing project or not.

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