Our standard selection of business cards is our most economical choice. They are perfect for businesses or individuals who are looking for a basic, yet reliable card. Whether you use them in mailing, as appointment cards, or frequently they're the ideal choice. They are affordable, without compromising on quality. They are sure to help you make a lasting impression with all your customers and contacts.
Appointment cards can be used to remind customers of upcoming appointments or for tracking appointments for staff members.
Bag Stuffers are ideal for giveaways, coupons, and promotional items.
Referral Cards can be used to encourage customers to refer others to your business.
Coupon or Discount Codes - can be used to give customers discounts on products or services.
Raffle Cards are a great way to inspire customers to participate in contests or giveaways.
Information Cards can be used to provide customers with additional information about the product or service being offered.
Event Tickets can be used to provide customers with access to special events.
Making New Business Contacts can be done by exchanging business cards or attending networking events.
Business Card Distribution Games are a great way to encourage customers to collect and exchange business cards.
Business Loyalty Cards can be used to reward customers for their loyalty to your business.
Jewelry Backer Cards are a great way to provide customers with additional information about the jewelry pieces they are purchasing.
Social Media Campaigns can be used to promote your business and reach a larger audience.
History of Business Cards
What is the history of the business card size?
Originally business cards were the size of a deck of playing cards, around 3.5 x 2.5. There isn’t an established reason they became 3 x 2.5, but some guesses are floating around. Some say it results from maximizing the amount you could produce on a printing press. Others say it’s the ability to fit them into a wallet or the size of a cigarette box so people could easily stack them with a rubber band.
How did business cards come into existence?
Originally business cards were called visiting cards. They were first used in China in the 15th century as a way of self-promotion. It showed how important a person was. Visiting Cards were used as a request to meet with someone. The visiting card established credibility in the recipient’s mind.
In the 17th century, the practice spread among the European elites. They used Visiting Cards for both business and dating. At the time, addresses weren’t standardized, so people started using Visiting Cards to promote their businesses. On the back of the card, they would place a map and identify the location so people could easily find the establishment. These cards were called Trade Cards.