The most common business card size is 84 mm by 55 mm, or 3.5 inches by 2 inches. You can go bigger, but if you do your cards are less likely to be kept. If you go smaller, you have a better shot, as long as they still fit in a typical card folio. Any non-traditional size is going to cost you more money.
Everything we do in business today is digital -- sending mail, signing contracts, attending meetings, even networking. The business card is one thing that digital will not fully replace anytime soon.
There are a lots of ways to make a visual statement with your business card. Whether it is adding a dash of playful creativity or introducing photos in an unexpected style. Making great use of icons, adding your logo and embellishments, or giving a visual nod to your expertise, are excellent ways to punch up your business card. Your design should make a visual statement that gives the innovative feel of your business to every prospect you hand your card to.
When you meet someone that could potentially be a great prospect or connection, do not you want him or her to walk away with a great first impression? A memorable business card does a lot more than just pass on an email address or phone number.