Single or Double Sided business cards?

As a company, we go networking 2-3 days a week. Yet time after time, we get given one sided business cards. 

Double Sided Business CardsWe ask the question why? Why would you use a one-sided business card when you can have double the space? Why would you waste the opportunity to give the reader more information? Why would you miss the chance to promote your business at hardly any extra cost?

We are also handed flimsy, low quality business cards, that unfortunately give off a poor image. If you are given a business card and it is cheap and tacky, does that inspire you to use that business? Chances are, it doesn’t. First impressions count which is why we recommend businesses use a printer which offers 450gsm weighted cards in either matt or gloss to give it the ‘wow’ factor.

The back of your business card is the perfect advertising space to promote your brand, for adding value and extending your sales pitch. It is an excellent way to boost business by keeping your business cards in the hands of prospects longer and implementing an influential call to action. By far, this is one of the most inexpensive ways to double-up on your marketing efforts.


Double Sided Business CardsYour business card is more than just your details; your business card is your selling point. 

People will choose to either contact you or not, using that small piece of card that you hand over to them at events or during day to day meetings. Your business card should therefore be as creative as possible to stand out. Include something funny and unique about your business on the back to draw people in. Getting them to linger on your name and card will cement you into their brain a little longer.

Business cards are a vital link to your customers, clients, and other businesses, so make that effort to make them special.
It can cost as little as £2 extra to print both sides... So why would you not want to do this? Go double sided and improve your opprtunity to close a deal.