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Tip Tuesday #59

Today's tip was sent in by Sybilla A. Cook, and it's a very practical, helpful tip, too. Sybilla has a website and a blog for you to peruse and follow. Please do! Here's the tip:

When you design business cards, remember many will be placed in a rolodex. The rolodex punches go through the center bottom of the card, meaning part of the contact information is often lost. Make sure your important information is above the base of the card where it can be seen easily.

Love this tip, Sybilla! Thank you. I would never have thought of this on my own.

9 comments:

Carolina M. Valdez Schneider said...

Oh, good tip! I hadn't even thought of that! Or of what to do with my business cards....

Time to get a rolodex! And probably new business cards!

Ishta Mercurio said...

Oh, wow. DUH! I would never in a million years have thought of this. Thanks! (Goes off to change design for future business cards...)

Anonymous said...

Wow, great tip!!!

Leigh said...

Simple but genius. I love tip tuesday.
Leigh

Nicole Zoltack said...

That is a really good tip! I never thought about that before.

Lisa Nowak said...

Thanks for the tip. I hadn't thought about this, but you're so right.

Angela Ackerman said...

This is one of those small things that really prevents a DOH! moment later--thanks!

PS--I totally gushed about your blog last night at the Agent Meeting--thanks for being such a great resource, especially for those needing an agent!

Angela @ The Bookshelf Muse

Natalie Aguirre said...

Thanks for the great tip.

Bridgid Gallagher said...

I'm redesigning my business cards at the moment...I'll definitely put Sybilla's advice to good use. Thanks!