ONE: Keep your card “reader friendly” by providing ample white space. Unfortunately, we are tempted to jam as much information on the card as the printer can squeeze in.
However, people don’t want to bog down by reading lengthy paragraphs. Note how short this one is, and the one before it. Easy to read, don’t you think?
TWO: Display your photo on your card. Think what happens when the prospect you met at the reception flips through the cards she collected. Which people will she remember most easily? The ones with photos, of course. For many years, real estate pros have acted on this assumption, and they are right.
THREE: Stick with a standard size. You want your card to fit the card collections others maintain. An odd-shaped card might be tossed away as too cumbersome to keep.
FOUR: Never economize on paper stock. The dollars you save won’t compare with the dollars you will miss out on because prospects think you may be second rate, like your card.
FIVE: Spend what is needed to include color. Think about it-how many of your potential clients have black and white TV, cameras and magazines?
Avoid psychedelic colors unless you are a designer, artist or entertainer. Your color photo will reflect a warm, vivid personality, so there’s no need to shock the senses of readers.
SIX: Include your slogan. My company slogan identifies my purpose: “Helping you finish in first place!” Six words are enough–if they are the right words.
After verified my PayPal account using CIMB Master card, finally I manage to receive payment in my PayPal account. After doing some research and some explanation from LiewCF . It is easy actually to validate your PayPal account.As we all know we cannot withdraw money form our PayPal account. However this kid,Bitol from University Petronas show me how to do it with three 3 different ways.
Well, I just prefer to save it there so i can purchase online products,pay my hosting and other things.so kat sini ada guide utk validate our PayPal account from Bitol just click here.
Ingat lagi tak pada Ksatria Baja Hitam…Tendangan Padu Maut….Tumbukan Padu Maut…ha ingat dah. Zaman aku kecik dulu hero nih dengan space cop gaban ada lah my favorite heroes. Aku duduk Kem Majidee Johor masa tuh, so cerita ni biasanya petang Khamis. Aku petang kena pergi sekolah agama jauh tuh dah lah jalan kaki. Sekolah agama kat luar kem. So, asal hari khamis jerk lambat datang kelas..Kalau ustaz tanya saya duduk jauh ustaz heheh(hari lain ustaz tak tanya).Mana leh miss tengok Belalang tempur dengan Superbike dia tuh. Nama dia Ksatria Baja Hitam sebab ditranslate oleh Indonesia, tu lah pasal. Sebenarnya Kamen Rider Black, tajuk asalnya. Tapi ni cerita masa darjah dua.
Latest, punya Kamen rider Kabuto. huyoo smart oo. Tak caya korang klik tgk preview dia..Gempak Gila…
Style lawan pun smart, ala-ala Silat Cekak Hanafi, tegak jerk tapi pantas.
Hero kali ini, lebih macho and cool. .Kalau saper nak dvd dia pm aku, bg lah ongkos sket.aku pos kan , episod 1-19.
Google is reportedly working on a mobile handset to speed up the mobile ad distribution process, with its service at the helm.
What’s been dubbed the Google Phone or the GPhone, may be the provider of a free, ad-supported mobile service. The company is working on a new web browser for cell phones, and is wanting to put its service at the forefront of people using handheld devices. While Google has already extended its ads services from the web to print and radio ads, its mobile advertising offering has already been established, along with its search capabilities and GMail integration, among other applications.
Considering the issues it’s had regarding mobile network providers, however, it would appear that Google is anxious to dominate the mobile industry on a number of levels, acting independently of any particular mobile carrier. Creating its own handset with mobile browsing functionality would put other companies at the mercy of Google, on several levels, when it comes to the potential users of its handset, which would hopefully be offered through several wireless companies, from AT&T to Verizon.
If someone were to offer a free, ad-supported mobile option, Google would be among the most likely to succeed. It’s a delicate business model that requires existing relationships with several aspects of the mobile and advertising community, and that’s something Google has. Blyk is one company that’s been working on a similar offering for some time now, and has not yet reached its goal of launching its service to the public.
In related news, Google is working with Sprint Nextel on a WiMax offering and has also created an Ajax search tool for the iPhone.