Business Cards as a Recruitment Tool

Members of the America First Action Committee should spring for the ten bucks it take to buy 500 business cards from VistaPrint or at Staples. A business card gets your name, phone number and the website address in the hands of the person you are talking to. They are unlikely to remember that information without the card, and a prospect will almost never take the time to write down the information.

A business card shows you are serious about what you are doing. I am working on a standard version, and will upload  a link when it’s ready. In the meantime, use your own imagination. Essential content: America First Action Committee, your name and phone, the website address AmericaFirstActionCommittee.com

 

2 thoughts on “Business Cards as a Recruitment Tool”

    1. The following are links to the card I use.

      Front:
      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzx5DPPnMrqsb1Axc3AyUFBRM0E/view?usp=drivesdk

      Back:
      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzx5DPPnMrqsWWluS2dRQVU5bzg/view?usp=drivesdk

      Anyone can use my card as a template, substituting their name, email address and telephone number, and using a title such as “Volunteer – Charlotte, NC.”

      The QR code on the back of the card can be scanned with a QR code reader to link directly to the Action Plan. Some smartphones have the app already installed, but most don’t, so the usefulness of the QR code is limited.

      AFAC has not yet organized as a PAC, so there is nothing “official” about volunteer status.

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