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Make a Business Card That Stands Out

Create a business card that leaves a lasting impression with our free business card maker. Say goodbye to hiring designers or wasting time and money. Download your professional ready-to-print cards after adding your logo and information. Get ready to hand out your professional business cards after just a few clicks.

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How To Make a Business Card in 5 Easy Steps

  • 1. Enter Your Information: Fill in the required fields, including personal and company information.

  • 2. Add Your Logo (Optional): Click on the Choose file button to browse and upload your logo from your device. Skip this step if you don't want to include a logo at this time.

  • 3. Design Your Business Card: After filling in the required fields, click Create business card.

  • 4. Check Your Email: Your business card is sent to your email address.

  • 5. Download Your Business Card: Open the email and download your new business card.

Why Are Business Cards Important?

In a world ruled by digital connections, business cards can help you stand out. Here's why creating one is essential for professionals like you:

  • - Memorable: A well-designed business card helps you stand out and ensures potential clients and partners remember you long after your initial meeting.

  • - Professional: Giving someone your business card, whether that's in physical or digital form, demonstrates your professionalism and lets them know you take your work seriously.

  • - Convenient for Connecting: Business cards provide a convenient way to exchange contact information with potential clients, collaborators, or employers. If you're at a networking event, they can help you quickly connect.

  • - Reinforces Your Brand: Your business card serves as a miniature representation of your brand. It can reinforce your professional image while showcasing your logo, colors, and overall brand identity.

What Goes on a Business Card?

When designing your business card decide how you'd like the public to view you and your brand. Here are some elements to include on your business card:

  • - Name and Job Title: Make sure your full name and professional title or job role is clear and prominent. You want your new contacts to be able to identify who you are and your role.

  • - Contact Information: Include contact information such as your phone number, email address, and company URL. Potential clients or partners should know how to reach you.

  • - Company Logo and Branding: Incorporate your company logo and use consistent branding elements such as colors, fonts, and design style. By using the same visual identity of your brand, you'll create a cohesive image for your new contacts.

  • - Social Media Profiles: If relevant to your profession or industry, consider adding links to your professional social media profiles such as LinkedIn, X (formerly known as Twitter), or Instagram. This allows recipients to connect with you on different platforms.

  • - Physical Address (Optional): If you have a physical location for your business, you may choose to include that address on your card.

Business Card Etiquette and Networking

When it comes to business card etiquette, you can make an impression by adhering to some basic rules.

Be courteous when you exchange business cards. When you offer your business card, present it with one hand and make sure the recipient can read your information before they take it. And, when a new contact gives you their business card, take time to thank them, read it briefly, and acknowledge it, before you add it to your collection.

After receiving a business card from someone you would like to connect with, promptly follow up. You can do this by connecting with them on LinkedIn or sending them an email that continues the conversation you had when you met. In this way, you'll reaffirm a genuine interest in further engaging with your new contacts.

Business card etiquette can vary depending on cultural differences. Take the time to research and understand the customs of the country you're in to ensure that when you exchange cards you display good manners with respect for the local practices.

Take the opportunity to use your business card as a way to initiate conversations when you want to connect at events. Before, during, and after the card exchange, take the opportunity to discuss your profession, expertise, or any unique aspects of your business that may intrigue others.

To stay organized and professional, carry a business card holder or use a digital app to keep the cards you receive organized.

Business Card Printing Options

When it comes to printing a business card, there are two options: offset printing and digital printing.

Offset printing offers high-quality results with a wide range of paper options. Used for large print runs, it's a way to ensure precise color reproduction and consistency.

The other option, digital printing, is cost-effective, provides quick turnaround times, and is suitable for smaller quantities.

When choosing between offset and digital printing, consider your budget, quantity, and quality.To make your business cards standout, you can add finishes like embossing or foil stamping. You can also choose your paper stock, such as matte, glossy, textured, or recycled to convey a specific impression

Creating professional and memorable business cards that align with your brand needs is an opportunity to leave a lasting impression.

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A business card is a small printed card that includes information about a person's vocation or business. It can be displayed at your place of work, or handed out to people as you meet them. Many people consider business cards an important networking tool. Business cards usually contain:

  • - Your name
  • - Your title
  • - Your website or online shop
  • - Your company's logo or branding
  • - Your contact information
  • - Phone number
  • - Email
  • - Address

Shopify's free business card template is fast and easy to use, to get started:

  • 1. Go to
  • 2. Enter your information into the online form
  • 3. Click “Create business card”
  • 4. Wait for the business card email from Shopify to arrive in your inbox
  • 5. Click on the link “Get your business card now”
  • 6. Click “Download PDF”
  • 7. Print your business cards using cardstock paper, or send your business card PDF to a printing service company

The business card template is a free tool Shopify offers to businesses. That means there is no cost to use it.

You can make as many different business cards as you like with Shopify's free business card template.

Since business cards are designed to be carried around in someone's wallet, they are usually small and only contain key information. The rule “less is more” can be applied when making a business card. That said, every business card should include:

  • Your name
  • Your title
  • Your website or online shop
  • Your company's logo or branding
  • Your contact information

Shopify's free business card template lets you easily create clean and professional looking business cards without spending money on graphic design.

You can create a QR code with Shopify's QR code generator. Simply:

  • Go to Shopify's QR code generator
  • Enter the details you want in the QR code, such as your name, contact information, website URL, etc
  • Once you are satisfied with the details, click 'Generate QR code' to create the code
  • Download and save the image of the QR code
  • Upload the QR code into your business card design

Yes, you can put a QR code on a business card. A QR code can be used to store contact information, website URLS, or other important information that can be scanned with a smartphone or other device.

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