Re: Business cards (was RE: A brief intro and a question)
On your business card, say what you do, not how you do it.Unless of course, how you do it is of interest to the person you give the card to. Then, you write something on the back of the card.
For me, adding something to the card is an important part of how I use it. Based on my own experience and others' comments, I believe that a card that has a handwritten addition to it is far more likely to be kept. For this reason, I always try to write on a card before I give it away. In effect, I'm customizing the card for the recipient.
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