What makes a good business card?Without doubt face to face introductions makes long lasting mark on the successful positioning of your business. A business card is the first impression and most probably a follow up reminder to your prospects/ potential clients showing them why you are the best at what you do.

So what does it take to create a good business cards?
1. A CLEAR POSITIONING STATEMENT – This is the one statement that differentiates you from your competitors and also showcases your value and/or ability. (for example Red Cross – the greatest tragedy is indifference)
2. FUNCTIONAL CONTENT – You might consider this questions.. Is the literature/content included relevant, concise and clear? Does it set you apart from your competitor? Are your contact details visible enough? And lastly does your card attract another conversation?
3. SIMPLE LAYOUT – Your prospect might consider writing a reference note for him/herself on your card. Ensure it’s uncluttered and that readers can easily find information.
4. MAKE IT MEMORABLE – Consider how long your business card sits in your wallet. If it’s not durable enough, then you loosw out on your prospect. A good design and a good feel for your business card will be like a warm handshake to your client. A bad feel and design is like shaking a wet noodle.
Consider uses different finishes i.e Velvet, Spot UV, Embossing letters and even Matte finish. These could go a long way yo cater for prospect personas(create personal relationship).


We recommend that you put the right information on the front of your business card. This would include the name that you want your prospects to use, the name of the organization or company you are attached to and your contact information.
To make a good business card, we also advice you break away from the normal. Don’t do what everyone else is used to. There are a myriad ways you could make this happen and make your card truly striking. This would include adding some special treatments to the cards. Some of them would include Metallic ink, foil blocking, Matte and spot-UV, just to mention but a few. These special finishes to your cards adds some level or elegance to your simple designed cards while still making them memorable.
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Digital Marketing

Digital marketing. What is it?

It is advertising delivered through digital media such as search engines, websites, social media, email, and mobile apps.
In other terms, digital marketing is the promotion of products or brands via one or more forms of electronic media. Digital Marketing is different from traditional marketing in that involves the use of channels and methods that enable an organization to analyze marketing campaigns and understand what is working and what isn’t – typically in real time.
Different information is monitored by Digital marketers. This information includes but not limited to; what is being viewed, how often and for how long, sales conversions, what content works and doesn’t work, etc. The means associated with digital marketing include; the Internet is, perhaps, the channel most closely associated with digital marketing. Others include wireless text messaging, mobile instant messaging, mobile apps, podcasts, electronic billboards, digital television and radio channels, etc.

Why Digital Marketing Is Important

Digital media is so prevalent in that consumers have access to information any time and any place they want it. It is different from traditional marketing where the messages people got about your products or services came from you and consisted of only what you wanted them to know.

Digital media is an ever-growing source of entertainment, news, shopping and social interaction, and consumers are now exposed not just to what your company says about your brand, but what the media, friends, relatives, peers, etc., are saying as well. And they are more likely to believe them than you. People want brands they can trust, companies that know them, communications that are personalized and relevant, and offers tailored to their needs and preferences.

Manage Customer Relationships Across All Channels

Digital marketing and its associated channels are important – but not to the exclusion of all else. It’s not enough to just know your customers; you must know them better than anybody else so you can communicate with them where, when and how they are most receptive to your message. To do that, you need a consolidated view of customer preferences and expectations across all channels – Web, social media, mobile, direct mail, point of sale, etc. Marketers can use this information to create and anticipate consistent, coordinated customer experiences that will move customers along in the buying cycle. The deeper your insight into customer behavior and preferences, the more likely you are to engage them in lucrative interactions.

Challenges Facing Digital Marketers

  • Proliferation of digital channels. Consumers use multiple digital channels and a variety of devices that use different protocols, specifications and interfaces – and they interact with those devices in different ways and for different purposes.
  • Intensifying competition. Digital channels are relatively cheap, compared with traditional media, making them within reach of practically every business of every size. As a result, it’s becoming a lot harder to capture consumers’ attention.
  • Exploding data volumes. Consumers leave behind a huge trail of data in digital channels. It’s extremely difficult to get a handle on all that data, as well as find the right data within exploding data volumes that can help you make the right decisions.

Three Keys to Digital Marketing Success

  • Manage complex customer relationships across a variety of channels – both digital and traditional.
  • Respond to and initiate dynamic customer interactions.
  • Extract value from big data to make better decisions faster.

The most common types of Digital Marketing include; SEO, E-mail Marketing, Paid advertisement, Content Marketing and Marketing Automation