March 07, 2007 Edition

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The business of business cards

Linda Lou Moore
Guest Writer

A business card should answer the question: "Who are you?"

Business cards do's and don'ts

Even though the traditional size business card is small, there are some big Do's and Don'ts when using them.

Business cards abroad

When traveling abroad it is wise to have your business card printed with the English version on one side and the language of the country with which you are conducting business on the other. This not only makes your business card easier to read, but also helps to eliminate errors when sending and receiving information.

(Linda Lou Moore is trained and certified by The Protocol School of Washington, Washington, D.C. She offers customized individual and group etiquette programs for children, teens and adults. She may be reached at P.O. Box 145, Paragould, Arkansas 72451 or at manners@grnco.net.)

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