My boss, the landlord/real estate investor needs some new business cards. Anyone know a trustworthy website?
Agree totally with Marisa. Vistaprint are great for business cards and all sorts of other things.
However, I would suggest using a secondary or throwaway email address, because Vistaprint do spam anyone who orders from them with a lot of email!
Hrm, that could be a problem because he wants the business email on the card. Which is part of the reason he needs new ones. That and a phone number change.
What WriteAngled means is that when you create your account, use a throwaway email address.
You can write any email address you like on the card itself.
Thanks for the help. I just ordered 10 250 business cards for $10 bucks, on my bosses CC of course, lol.
I have used Vistaprint but prefer Moo.
I use my real business email. Printed cards are not a big source of spam. They are a good source of networked real world contacts that I want to react to quickly.
I've found it far more beneficial to have my details tattooed on my forehead... that way I get to look potential spammers in the eye and know that they can't get to me.. coz I spelled my name and address backwards! - So I would always know who I am when I look in the mirror!
If you're in a creative industry - go for moo cards. I have received so much continual work from my moo cards by they showcase my work and are easily seen!
www.printvenue.com is the one you should consult. They offer 100 business cards free of cost, in case you wana try them out....
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