Add a Little Google to Your Business Cards

Last Updated Feb 13, 2009 9:49 AM EST

If you're still doing the old-school business card thing (as opposed to the new-school Dropcard thing), Digital Inspiration has an intriguing suggestion for your next print run: Put Google on your business cards.

Specifically, one way to make your cards stand out is by incorporating that oh-so-familiar Google logo. Or an actual screen-captured Google search result featuring your company. Or something along those lines. See the post for some clever examples.

Neat! I haven't used (or needed) business cards for years, but I can definitely appreciate this approach. Hand a card like this to someone and you're sure to get a smile, if not a permanent place on a desk or bulletin board. Which is exactly what you want from a business card, right?

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