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What’s in Your Wallet? – What Your Business Cards Say About You

2013/04/01

NextStage: Predictive Intelligence, Persuasion Engineering, Interactive Analytics and Behavioral Metrics
Do you have 97 seconds and 99¢ to learn how to market yourself better?

NextStage’s 1 Minute MarketLift podcast, “What’s in Your Wallet? – What Your Business Cards Say About You” can do just that in just that amount of time. Here’s how “What’s in Your Wallet? – What Your Business Cards Say About You” came about:

A friend’s company (three offices, international client base, F100s to solopreneurs) was rebranding and part of the rebranding effort involved redesigning their business cards. They’d gotten it down to six styles and asked NextStage to take it from there.

Before looking at their final six we asked, “What’s the one thing you want people to think when they see your card? What’s the one impression you want them to have?”

Their answer was “You can trust us”. The podcast explains how to take any business card and have trust be the take-away.

NextStage 1 Minute MarketLift PodcastsHave a listen to NextStage’s 1 Minute MarketLift podcast, “What’s in Your Wallet? – What Your Business Cards Say About You”and let us know what you think. Buy Now

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