A well-designed, simple-print business card can be a great way to advertise a small business or complete failure as you get closer to attracting customers. VIP business cards are most commonly used these days. Listed below are common misconceptions about personalized  VIP business cards that can help you make wise decisions when you get your next batch!

1) Less is more.

A business card provides customers and clients with contact and company information. This does not mean that your company motto will occupy fifteen eight-point printing lines. This type of font is too small to read correctly and can cause distortions, incorrectly enter websites, and frustrate your customers. A good business card design provides basic and necessary information about your company.

2) Choose the correct font!

While this is correct to some extent, if you choose an inappropriate font card, it may appear confusing and difficult to read. Virtually all printers and copy outputs offer these fonts as monograms. The monogram is a fantastic visual abbreviation, but for the main and most important contact information, you should stick with fonts like Arial, Times New Roman, or Book Antiqua.

3) Go big or go home!

There are specific practicalities to this, but size really does matter. Inadequate and too big are just as bad. Sure, your number is easy to read if you add it in the 20-point type, but this generally won't leave much room for the other crucial information.