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Courtesy of Columbia College of Chicago
 

So what information should you put on your business card?

 

Name: Definitely.

Title: Your call.  Photographer’s assistant, actor, editor, publicist, etc may be very helpful in reminding people what you do. “CEO” on the other hand usually reads as “self-deluded.” 

Address: Probably not- unless you have a studio or office where you would actually have an employer or client visit you.

Phone #: List the number that you want to take “business” calls on.

Email: Absolutely.  If you have long, complicated email address or one that has a lifestyle name of questionable taste, get a new simple address. Better yet, use  the e-mail address provided by your domain name service. For example:  firstname@firstandlastname.com . . . read more and see examples at Colum.edu

 

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