What’s involved with getting my photo on my business cards?

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adykes
Oct 17, 2005
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Does anyone have any hints about getting my photo on my business cards at some reasonable cost? I can produce the image to the specs required by the printer so I’m not asking for any custom servies.

Any experiences?


a d y k e s @ p a n i x . c o m

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Walter Donavan
Oct 17, 2005
Make or cop a template. Fill it in.

Add your photo.

Go to your printer.

For something this simple, I would use Microsoft Publisher. If it’s a low volume deal, you can print cards on your inkjet, using business card blanks available at O Depot. That’s what I did. (Cheap too.)

Dunno about the costs if you use a printer. Call some.

"Al Dykes" wrote in message
Does anyone have any hints about getting my photo on my business cards at some reasonable cost? I can produce the image to the specs required by the printer so I’m not asking for any custom servies.
Any experiences?


a d y k e s @ p a n i x . c o m

Don’t blame me. I voted for Gore.
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zarrookez
Oct 17, 2005
Does anyone have any hints about getting my photo on my business cards at some reasonable cost? I can produce the image to the specs required by the printer so I’m not asking for any custom servies.
Any experiences?


a d y k e s @ p a n i x . c o m

Don’t blame me. I voted for Gore.

I charge 120 bucks for 1,000 cards on 14 pt coated card with overall varnish. Printed offset.
Keith.
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zarrookez
Oct 17, 2005
That’s Southern Ontario. Cdn $ (+ tax)
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Kingdom
Oct 18, 2005
"Walterius" wrote in
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Make or cop a template. Fill it in.

Add your photo.

Go to your printer.

For something this simple, I would use Microsoft Publisher. If it’s a low volume deal, you can print cards on your inkjet, using business card blanks available at O Depot. That’s what I did. (Cheap too.)
Dunno about the costs if you use a printer. Call some.

"Al Dykes" wrote in message
Does anyone have any hints about getting my photo on my business cards at some reasonable cost? I can produce the image to the specs required by the printer so I’m not asking for any custom servies.
Any experiences?


a d y k e s @ p a n i x . c o m

Don’t blame me. I voted for Gore.

Home made might be cheap but do you want your customers to think your work is home made and cheap too?

Use a printer. Business cards are your first intoduction to some customers make it a pleasent one.


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adykes
Oct 18, 2005
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Kingdom wrote:
"Walterius" wrote in
news:TZT4f.35463$:

Make or cop a template. Fill it in.

Add your photo.

Go to your printer.

For something this simple, I would use Microsoft Publisher. If it’s a low volume deal, you can print cards on your inkjet, using business card blanks available at O Depot. That’s what I did. (Cheap too.)
Dunno about the costs if you use a printer. Call some.

"Al Dykes" wrote in message
Does anyone have any hints about getting my photo on my business cards at some reasonable cost? I can produce the image to the specs required by the printer so I’m not asking for any custom servies.
Any experiences?


a d y k e s @ p a n i x . c o m

Don’t blame me. I voted for Gore.

Home made might be cheap but do you want your customers to think your work is home made and cheap too?

Use a printer. Business cards are your first intoduction to some customers make it a pleasent one.

I should have made it clear that I want to pay someone to do it. I’ve never seen a DIY-printed business card that looked any good.


a d y k e s @ p a n i x . c o m

Don’t blame me. I voted for Gore.

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