With all the talk of social media and marketing yourself online, we sometimes forget that your marketing efforts truly begin in your own backyard. As a graphic designer living in Kingston, New York, I’m constantly thinking about ways to promote myself locally. When I started my business, the first thing I did when I got my business cards was distribute them. That meant giving them to friends and family in hopes that they’d pass them around, handing them out to people I met, and displaying them in local establishments where dozens of other local businesses were displaying their cards. Now I’ve developed a way to stand out among all the other business cards, and I’m sharing it with you.
It’s an easy way to gain more attention for your business on community bulletin boards. The do-it-yourself business card display has a pocket large enough to hold at least 10 of your business cards, and you can print, make, and display as many as you want all over your town.
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The art prints on a standard 8 ½ x 11 inch (letter-size) sheet. For best results, I recommend that you print on a heavier white card stock. Then just follow the included instructions—cut, fold, glue—and begin displaying your cards on bulletin boards everywhere.
The display holds standard US size business cards:
Cards that measure 3.5 inches x 2 inches
The finished display measures 3.75 inches x 3.625 inches.