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|Gloss Lamination 16pt thick|
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There are many things to think about when looking at getting reflexology business cards designed. But there are a few things that are important, and should be taken into account in order to make sure that the end product is a high quality one, that is worth your time and money. The first thing you need to do is decide on a good theme for your marketing campaign, so let’s take a look at some of the main ideas.
Your marketing reflexology business cards should be focused on the services you offer and not your location. This sounds obvious, but you’d be surprised how many reflexology businesses have locations that are so far away from their clients that they are almost useless. Focus on the service you offer, and this will give your card a more personal feel. Also if you only have one location then you should try to have your business name printed on all your marketing materials.
You need to think about a logo too. Many people don’t think too much about it until they have an accident with their reflexology business. This is because many people confuse a logo with a name, and so they just go with whatever looks cheaper. However you can’t just slap any old logo on an advert – it needs to relate to what your business offers. If you sell facials then a great logo would be a picture of a face lift, or something similar.
There are lots of different fonts that you could use for reflexology business cards. However you need to make sure that they are relevant. You can’t have a fancy font that just looks appealing to potential customers. They need to relate to your business. So try and use a font that is close to what you are talking about.
Once you have got your reflexology business cards designed then you need to print them out at home. This should be a very simple process, and not too time consuming. You will probably want to print up around three or four different versions. You could use different colour ink and different paper. You could also experiment with different types of paper.