Have you taken a seconds look at your business cards? Ask at least 5 strangers to review your business cards and ask them what they would change to make them better. Their answers might surprise you.
From my own personal experience as a business women & experience in meeting new people thanks to Networking, I can tell you that your business cards might be hurting your business.
Some common examples are as follows:
Tiny little fonts make it almost impossible for me to read or understand your email addresses & contact information.
Not enough information. Some of you have a business card but don't always have an email address or your phone number.
Too much information. Sometimes your business cards are cluttered with way too much information. Keep it simple and straight to the point.
Unprofessional appearance. A business card should be an extension of whom you are and what you do for a living.
Outdated information. Always make sure that your business cards have your most recent & updated information. "Attention to Details"
These are just a few examples of what you should be taking a closer attention when it comes to your business cards.