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First of all, I would like to thank Reno for giving me this opportunity to share with you my thoughts on business cards. When months ago I decided to write a free eBook to promote my online business card management system, I knew Reno’s book was the model I wanted to follow. I just wanted my eBook to complement his. My intention was to include easy to implement business card tips, while at the same time providing insightful and unique information.

The eBook is divided in five parts: importance of business cards today, content, design, printing, and distribution. Each part contains a number of detailed articles (35 in total) devoted to topics you might need help with: names on business cards, company’s taglines, calls-to-action, social media icons, colors, shapes, alternative materials, paper stock, online printing companies, free business cards, distribution strategies, and many more.

The eBook is free to download for people who sign up to allBcards web services, but readers of Reno’s blog can get it free. You can also read it online.

If you want to manage your business cards online, you might want to try (as I said, sign up is free).

Finally, if you find the guide helpful, I would really appreciate if you share it with your friends and colleagues. If you have any suggestion or feedback, send me an email to I would love to know what you think about the guide and the website.

—Oswaldo Zapata
Founder of allBcards

allBcards’ Complete Guide to Business Cards

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