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Jan 06, 2005 20:03 as a reply to  @ post 371528 |  #31

robertwgross wrote:
If we were potential customers, then we might have need to know contact numbers. However, since we are forum members here, there's a good chance that we would be competitors instead, so there is very little to be gained by giving out the numbers here.

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nor much to be lost by giving out the numbers here... ;)

I don't think I have ever seen any business people blank out any information on their cards, even if their competitors had access to them. :confused:




  
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Jan 06, 2005 20:12 as a reply to  @ pradeep1's post |  #32

pradeep1 wrote:
I don't think I have ever seen any business people blank out any information on their cards, even if their competitors had access to them. :confused:

My first post on the EOS forum generated so much "stuff" I was quite happy no one had my personal info.


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Jan 06, 2005 20:14 as a reply to  @ pradeep1's post |  #33

pradeep1 wrote:
nor much to be lost by giving out the numbers here... ;)

I don't think I have ever seen any business people blank out any information on their cards, even if their competitors had access to them. :confused:

And your point is....?

Do you want all our contact info by raising up this oldie-moldie thread?

As an aside, many of us operate our small businesses from our homes, hence the blackout.


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Jan 06, 2005 20:29 as a reply to  @ defordphoto's post |  #34

Well Since I started my venture a year ago I've gone through 4 designs, here is the new one of the year.
Yes I deleted my address and I do shoot location only, Friends & family within my home.

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Jan 07, 2005 05:53 as a reply to  @ post 303047 |  #35

here is the horizontal card im using now:


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and the vertical one ill be printing when i start to get low on this one:

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Jan 07, 2005 15:48 as a reply to  @ Mike Panic's post |  #36

Very nice and creative Mike Panic. I like the vertical format one more than the horiztonal one. :cool:




  
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Jan 02, 2006 09:21 |  #37

Well, the subject comes up all the time, like right now. Since we can't save a search & post the link, I'm bumping it again so I can link to it on page 1 instead of having to find what page it's on back in the dark ages. ;)
Delete it again if you want. :D


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Feb 13, 2006 05:08 as a reply to  @ PhotosGuy's post |  #38

hey, here comes my cards... I made- or one AD made- whole sheet of different cards for me. We used my photos to backround of cards... Here comes full sheet and some cards of it.

http://pasisalminen.co​m …en_businesscard​_sheet.jpg (external link)
http://pasisalminen.co​m/card/card1.jpg (external link)
http://pasisalminen.co​m/card/card2.jpg (external link)
http://pasisalminen.co​m/card/card3.jpg (external link)
http://pasisalminen.co​m/card/card4.jpg (external link)
http://pasisalminen.co​m/card/card5.jpg (external link)
http://pasisalminen.co​m/card/card6.jpg (external link)

ps. colors and sharpnes of phots are not correct. that is some preview what AD send to me.




  
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Feb 13, 2006 05:40 as a reply to  @ pasi's post |  #39

This is not really a business card, but a simple information card I put with my photos on display.
It may help generate some ideas. I just took a picture of my camera



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