Standard Business Cards
When you print business cards with NextDayFlyers you get ultra-thick stock and offset color quality for the same price as digital printing. Upload your own design or create your custom business cards using one of our business card templates. Our higher quality standard business cards give you confidence in your business image. These are the kind of cards that you can’t wait to hand out!
Start your order today, and create the sharpest and most eye-catching business cards.
Business Cards Printing
» Full-color offset printing (never digital)
» 14pt ultra-thick stock
» Choice of UV gloss or matte finish
» Business card design templates available
» Super-fast turnaround - same day, next day, or 2-4 day
» High-resolution offset quality for the price of digital
» Receive a 33 point quality check for guaranteed quality
» Industry record for on-time delivery - 99.8% on-time record
» Money-back guarantee - if you’re not happy, we’re not happy!
Next Day Printing Promise
Next Day is more than just a name, it's our promise. Print-ready files completed and approved by 6 PM PT are ready for shipping or for pick-up the next business day.
What our customers are saying:
"I have had several fellow realtors ask me where I got my business cards."
Donna T. Columbus, Ohio 4/26/2012
"I have had so many problems with other online print companies. I was about to give up on printing my design work online. As a freelance designer, I just can’t afford to miss client deadlines. I was glad I found you guys! I can’t believe how quickly you got my business cards to me and the quality is comparable to local printers."
Robert M. Kansas City, Missouri 5/3/2012
"Business cards are great quality for the price and very affordable. Even a poor graphic designer like me can afford them."
Abe S. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 5/16/2012
"My order arrived a day ahead of time, and the product looks great, as always."
Greg O. Logan, Utah 5/10/2012
Business Card Marketing Tips
Your business card is the most valuable networking tool you have when building contacts and presenting your business. The fact is that every time you give your business card out, you are dramatically increasing your chances of finding a new customer, a new contact, a referral, or a new employer.
The business card is the least expensive and most powerful print you can buy. Here are some business card tips to help you optimize your business card marketing:
1. Make Your Cards Instantly Accessible
Business cards are the friendliest and most social of all print products. They love to meet people at parties, hang out at coffee shops, swap numbers at bars, and socialize at conferences. Never leave home without your business cards and you’ll never pass up an opportunity to present yourself to your next big customer, contract, or employer. Always keep a handful of cards in your glove box, your purse, your wallet, and your laptop bag. You never know when the opportunity will arise to market yourself.
It is also a good idea to give cards to your partners, spouse, and friends so that they can also help you market yourself or refer your business.
2. Exchanging and Partnering
When you visit a non-competing business in a similar market as yourself, ask if they would like to exchange a supply of cards and do some cross-promotion. In most cases, a business that's complementary to your own is happy to refer a networking partner. An example would be a personal trainer leaving a stack of cards at a health food store. The two businesses are both in a position to refer customers to one another.
3. Send a Business Card with Every Correspondence
When sending business correspondences, always enclose several business cards. This includes all sales materials, thank-you cards, and invoices. Make it easy for your customers to contact you. You might also want to consider creating an impressive identity package by putting your logo on business cards, envelopes and letterheads. Delivering your correspondence on a complete set of company stationery looks incredibly professional and distinguished.
4. Maximize Content and Usability
You’re not limited to the front of your business cards. Use the back for extra info that you want to make available, such as office hours, web addresses, social media sites, or client lists. When designing on the back of your card, keep in mind that people often write on business cards, so leaving some white space on the back is generally a good idea.
With the introduction of smart phone technology, there are now more ways than ever to maximize the content on your business card for immediate phone interaction. We suggest including a QR code on all your business cards to instantly get the viewer to your website, store your number, or find your location.
5. Quality Counts!
People respond to a quality product. Presenting your contacts with a flimsy business card that has dull color resolution is bad for business!
Have confidence every time you take a business card out of your wallet. Print with us and you will get ultra-thick, high-resolution offset business cards for the same price as digital. Order today!