HELP!! Need help with wording on business card!

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  1. cameracrazymomma

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    I am fixing my business cards. This is what I have on the back.....

    Photo's you will treasure forever........

    Does that sound right?
    Do you have any better ideas?
     
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    I don't have anything better to say but that just seems a little cliche. You want to try and stand out.
     
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    What about "images that will last forever" just a suggestion
     
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    "memories forever"

    ...unless maybe that sounds like some kind of treatment for Alzheimer┬┤s...:lol:
     
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    Forget the cliched phrase (and, btw, photo's doesn't have an apostrophe in it)...

    Instead, use the back as a strong call to action: "Call Today and You'll Receive 50% Off of My Normal Sitting Fee"

    That type of thing. Trite sayings don't sell photos... strong offers will!
     
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    I think in todays market the images really need to be the focus. The text should only be your contact info.

    Love & Bass
     
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    One day no money on earth will be able to create these memories.

    gil@coxco.demon.co.uk www.portraitphotographyexpert.com
     
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    Image/Contact Info on front... strong call to action on back.

    Business cards are cheap enough to print... there should be no such thing as a single-sided business card.
     
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    And if you must use a touchy-feely slogan, at least combine it with the image.

    For instance, take a photo of a cute little girl, combined with the slogan:

    "One day she'll be all grown up... but you can always remember her as she was."
     
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    how about not using a slogan at all?
     

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