You’ve just launched the beta version of your great new website/web app.
Initial interest and user signs ups are going well.
Trade publications and bloggers in your industry begin to take notice and publicize your new site and start-up.
Your phone starts ringing with clients who want a deeper dive into your web-app -- they have thoughts about additional functionality and features. This is a good thing. It’s a sign that your solution is useful, being adopted and people/businesses are interested to see it grow and expand.
Others begin to call -- potential reseller partners and other players in your industry who want to build a relationship.
In fact, one of them calls and asks if you can meet in an hour at a small networking event in town not far from your office location.
You’re excited to go, but you realize that you don’t even have business cards -- this web-app took off a little quicker than you had expected.
You remembered that you still have some desktop-printer-friendly card stock on hand from the last web-app that didn’t pan out as well as this one.
Using SpringPublisher’s free business card software you quickly design your business cards and print them in time for your networking event.
Posted by: Nick Venturella
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