What are Amway business cards? And should you have your own Amway Business Cards? During my time in Amway, I was told to create my own Amway business card that didn’t mention the word Amway on it. Instead, we used the buzzword ‘Private Franchising’ and the name of our business. In my case, I used C&K Enterprises, which were the initials of my first name and my former wife’s first name.
During my first few months in the Amway business, I bought lots of business cards from Vista Print® online. They were inexpensive and easy to hand out. Unfortunately, I never sponsored a single person from handing out business cards. I’m not saying that it’s not a good marketing strategy. However, it didn’t work for me.
Personally, I don’t think it’s all that important to have your own Amway Business Card. Instead, I think it’s a much better idea to collect business cards from your prospect, rather than trying to give them your card. After all, how many people actually call you, after you exchange business cards with them? Not many!
In my experience, very few people will follow up with you; probably no one. But if you make a good first impression with your prospect, and collect their business card, you can follow up with your prospect any time you want. I hope that makes sense.
And if you are just starting out in your own Amway business, it’s best to keep your expenses as low as you can. That way, you can make an immediate profit and keep your overhead to a minimum.
If getting your own Amway business card is really important to you, I think it’s a good idea to get a professional looking card, rather than getting the cheapest. If you decide to get your own Amway business cards, you should have them professionally done at a local printer or online. That way, you come across as a professional, not as an amateur. In most cases, you can get 500 to 1000 business cards printed for somewhere between $40 and $75, including tax and shipping.
In summary, most Amway distributors have their own business card that doesn’t mention the name Amway on it. Personally, I don’t think that’s a wise business decision. After all, if you are ashamed to name the company you are partnered with on your business card, you might be working with the wrong company!
In addition, I think it’s much smarter to collect other people’s business cards and follow up with them, rather than just give your business card to a bunch of random people. Finally, if you do decide to get your own business cards, don’t be cheap. Hire a professional printer to create some nice business cards for you. It will be money well spent.
What are your thoughts about Amway business cards? Do you have any tips you would like to share with the rest of our community? If so, leave a comment and let us know. I look forward to hearing from you.
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