Here are 5 of the most important things
you will learn from this book:
- How the colors you use on your cards make a critical difference in the readability of your information.
- The 3 Biggest Mistakes made which will mark your card as unprofessional and make your business look “part-time.”
- The type of paper and the ink used on them make a critical difference in the readability and therefore the response your cards receive.
- How to create the most perfect and powerful design elements which will make your cards stand out from your competitors.
- The most important information every business card needs to have.
You also receive access to a team of professionals who will give you a FREE REVIEW of your business cards!
Praise for the Book
“I’ve been handed 1000s of business cards and finally know why so many of them looked “off.” Instead of thinking of the person, I was thinking what was wrong with their card. Make a better first impression – buy this book!”
– Kay Wallace Social Media Consultant, Tools2Connect.com
“Yuloff shares the biggest mistakes people make with their business cards that can prevent prospective clients from doing business with them. He also offers lessons on how to create a compelling business card that will result in more business. The result: A Manual for networking Success.”
– Craig Valine Marketing Performance Strategist Pasadena CA
“Hank Yuloff’s book, ’49 Stupid Things,’ uses the true RockStar Marketing attitude to get your message into your target market’s hand clearly and efficiently. If you are using business cards, you need to use this book to make them perfect.”
— Craig Duswalt Speaker, Author, Radio Host, and Creator of the RockStar System For Success
About The Author
While attending a Beatrice Foods stockholders meeting on a high-school field trip, Hank Yuloff was given a Cross pen and pencil set with the corporate logo from their public relations department as a remembrance. He didn’t know it at the time, but thirty years later that meeting continues to shape his career path. After several years of direct mail and newspaper advertising sales, he entered the ad-specialty industry, believing that there are lots of companies that want to promote themselves the same way Beatrice had.
Hank began his company, Promotionally Minded; the name was his way of telling clients that promoting them is always top-of-mind. His company specializes in targeted marketing plans (under the brand name Our Marketing Guy), logo development, client retention and appreciation programs, and, of course, promotional products. He has served on the board of directors for several nonprofit organizations, including a religious school and his Los Angeles Neighborhood Council.
Hank is a past president of his local chamber of commerce and a past president of the Specialty Advertising Association of California. He still has that pen and pencil set! You can connect with Hank at www.OurMarketingGuy.com and through social media.