If you are in business, it’s a given you’ve got a business card – but how do you make yours stand out from the crowd? The answer is to make it a magnetic business card.
Magnetic business cards add that little something extra that puts you in front of the competition. Some businesses insist on using nothing but magnetic business cards because they want their details to be in instant reach of their potential customers. For example, plumbers love magnetic business cards because once its on a customer’s refrigerator, it is generally there to stay.
Magnetic business cards keep working as a sales tool because they are unlikely to get thrown away or lost. Think about it: how many times have you seen filing cabinets or refrigerators festooned with magnetic business cards?
And its not just plumbers who benefit from magnetic business cards – it’s just about every trade or service organisation that wants to be remembered. Magnetic business cards might cost a little extra, but the advantages are much greater.
When sourcing magnetic business cards, it’s best to hunt down a specialist rather than a general printer. This is because magnetic business cards usually require specialised equipment. And very often the specialist printer can probably also supply regular cards as well as the magnetic business cards. In fact you can get a good deal if you order magnetic business cards at the same time as your standard cards and other stationery.
The common size of a magnetic business card is 90 x 55mm (3 ½” x 2 ¼”) but many suppliers offer a variety of other sizes, too. As a magnetic business card doesn’t have to fit into a wallet or folder, why not try something different? Other suggested sizes for magnetic business cards are 75mm x 50mm, 85 x 55mm or 100 x 50mm. You could even save some money by going for a slightly smaller magnetic business card.
You can be certain that when you go magnetic, business cards will stick around for a long, long time.