Don’t forget to include these key pieces of information on your pest control business cards:
1. Employee name.
That's simple enough. Right?
2. Job title.
What is your position at the company? President? Founder? CEO? Junior Associate?
3. Email address.
This is how people can contact you for more information. Make sure to include an email that you check on a regular basis!
4. Phone number.
5. Company name.
6. Company logo.
If you don't have a logo, you could include another small graphic or picture.
7. Company website URL.
8. Certifications and/or licensing information.
Do you hold any special pest control certifications? This might lend you additional credibility.
9. Number of years in business.
This could be as simple as “Established in 2007” or "Serving Cook County for 20 Years".
10. A one-sentence description or short list of your services.
If you specialize in bed bug extermination, make sure to say that! If you serve residential and commercial clients, you may want to include that information.
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This may seem like a lot of information. But, think of your business card as a mini-advertisement. You want your business card to be impressive to any potential customer you may meet. If you have commercial as well as residential customers, it might make sense to create two different versions with the information best suited to each audience.
Be sure to provide business cards to your employees as well – their personal networks combined can make a big difference in giving your company more exposure and helping your business grow.
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