Blogger U: Business Cards 101

blogger u header When I first started my blog, I didn’t realize how important it was to have business cards. If you’re going to be attending networking events, blogging conferences, or if you’ll be telling local business about your blog you’ll want to have a stack of business cards on hand at all times. (I have a Kate Spade business card holder I always keep in my bag).

Handing out your business card allows people you meet to check out your blog later, follow you on social media, or send you an email about collaborating. It also lends a sense of professionalism.

I purchased my business cards from Overnight Prints because of the quick turnaround time, but I really love the quality as well. (Their claim: “We’re the only online printer that can take your order by 8:00 p.m. EST and deliver it the next day.” Now that’s fast!) Here are some other places you can purchase business cards:

Here’s what you’ll want to include on your business card:

  • Your name
  • Your blog’s logo or your picture
  • Blog URL
  • Email address
  • Twitter handle
  • Facebook URL
  • Instagram and Pinterest handle/link, if relevant

Want an example? Here is what my business card looks like. bloggeru-bizcardsGet creative and have fun with your card’s design (just make sure it doesn’t distract from the information). Personalize and make it your own! And definitely remember to carry cards with you– stash some in your purse, car, laptop case, etc. The more you hand out, the more exposure for your blog and your brand.

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Angela blogs at Head to Toe Chic and is an ambassador of The Blogger Collective.

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