Different types of business card prin...

Different types of business card printing.

Since: May 11

Kolkata, India

#1 Jun 6, 2011
Hi there,

If you plan to create new business cards, take seriously choosing business card paper. First of all, determine which printer you are going to use. For cards with plain design a monochrome laser printer will be fine. For color designs use an inkjet or color laser printer. Business cards can be glossy, matte, textured and regular. If you have a photo image on the card, use glossy paper. Such paper may cost twice as much as regular paper, but the quality will be brilliant on an inkjet printer. Use textured paper to add unique look to your cards.

Thank you so much
Daniel Smith

Since: Jul 11

Solan, India

#2 Jul 21, 2011
When your design is made up of one or two colors only, such as simple black ink cards or cards designed in your company'scolors, spot color printing can be a good choice.

Since: Oct 12

Islamabad, Pakistan

#3 Oct 12, 2012
Cards publishing is no starter on the planet of publishing. You might have even once tried to make out your own organization cards at home. Nowadays, with online publishing companies, you don't have to make the same error twice.

Norwalk, CA

#4 Sep 30, 2013
This website is confusing, but good source of business cards.

Rajpura, India

#5 May 20, 2014
Think about trying one of these business card paper options that when you print up your next batch of business cards and you'll be sure to feel the difference.

Glossy. Glossy cardstock is the business card paper to choose if you are planning on printing a photo on your business card. You can also choose this paper for your business card if you want a shiny logo or just a glossy card.
Matte. Matte cardstock features a silky and smooth surface but not shiny like the glossy business card paper.Textured. Textured business card paper will really make your business card stand out and be unique. This paper really appeals to the touch and when you hand your business card to your clients they are sure to be tempted to give your business card a feel or two.Regular. Regular cardstock is just as it sounds, the usual run-of-the-mill cardstock. It is usually the cheapest and most used for business cards especially at bulk copying companies.When you choose business card paper, remember that you are not just choosing what your clients see or feel, you are choosing what sort of impact you have on the environment. That's why most business card printing companies now offer the eco-friendly option of choosing recycled or partially recycled paper. When you make the choice to use this paper you are sending another message to your clients, that you care about important things such as preserving the earth for everyone.

Ahmedabad, India

#6 Aug 17, 2014
We offer both offset and state of the art digital printing. Digital printing allows a customer to easily target a specific market while reducing the costs associated with the completion of a product.

Buffalo, NY

#7 Jan 10, 2015
I found a website than specialized in letting you create your own business card. What I found out is they don't print them for you. I got them printed out on paper, but maybe I can have a different company make them for me. http://wetheprinters.com/16pt-standard-matte-...

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