It's good to have two types of cards. I use my Vistaprint cards to give out to anyone who wants them, and leave in stacks on tables at conferences. The purpose of these cards is to act as a reminder to the recipient. A second type of card is a great idea when an impressions is important, and there are numerous possibilities here, including those small, thin cards that help draw attention. These cards I would not like to leave in stacks at a conference due to their cost.
Having a mix will get you the most bang for your bucks.
Eclectic Mix: http://EclecticMix.com
Sounds Of Ambience: http://SoundsOfAmbience.com
One Minute How-To: http://OneMinuteHowTo.com
DRiP Investing: http://DRiPInvesting.org
Handmade Photographic Images: http://www.GLSmyth.com
--- On Mon, 6/15/09, Braindouche! <braindouche@...> wrote:
> From: Braindouche! <braindouche@...>
> Subject: Re: [podcasters] Marketing your Podcast
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Monday, June 15, 2009, 9:36 AM
> I don't have any podcast business
> cards for myself, but I do run two
> businesses that have lots of printing needs. I mostly use
> Vistaprint to take
> care of them, but I actually pay them a couple of bucks to
> lose the logo on
> the back and whatnot.
> While I'm sure your offer is generous, it's impossible to
> tell if it's a
> deal. Is this digital or offset printing? What stock is
> this being printed
> on? Color or black and white?
> don't bother, it doesn't make sense to me, either.