6 Ways to Use Square Business Cards

Creative ways to use square business cards for your business

Use square cards for more than just business cards

Square business cards are the hot new trend. And for good reason. It’s unlikely if you hand a new acquaintance a square business card that they won’t take a good long look at it. But these little square cards are more than just for networking and they’re a great way to grab people’s attention and drive business. We’ve put together six ways to use square business cards for more than just networking.

1. Upgrade Your Business Card

upgrade your current business cards with square cards

Carrying business cards is still important and a great networking tool. Upgrade your business card to a sleek square card with sharp or rounded corners. Simply add your company logo on one side and your key details on the other. This will help you stand out in a pile of business cards both from a design and shape standpoint. Take it to an even higher level and rotate your artwork 45 degrees into a diagonal card to really showcase your design.

2. Customer Appreciation Cards

Create beautiful customer appreciation cards with square cards

Next time you mail out a customer order, tuck a customer appreciation card inside. Include your branding logo at the top and a hashtag on the bottom as a reminder for your customer to share on their own social media handle should they choose. Leave space to write a special handwritten note to thank them for their order.

3. Coupons & Promo Cards

Tuck coupons or promo cards in packaging with square business cards

On the back of the customer appreciation card mentioned previously, simply include a coupon or special promotion to encourage future purchases. Your customer will not only appreciate the handwritten sentiment but the special offer will lead them to keep the card for a future purchase.

4. Pricing Cards

Create beautiful price tags with custom square cards

Square cards can come in handy for retail pricing or product displays as well for in-packing. They can be laid flat on a table next to merchandise or propped in cardholders in front of your products. Include your logo and product name on the front with the price, style, and other important information on the back.

5. Gift Cards

Make gift cards for your business with square business cards

Gift cards are a great add-on item to your product line. They give customers the ability to share their love for your products with friends and family. The small square size paired with a unique envelope makes them the perfect fit for tucking into packaging or gift bags. For extra appeal, choose a pearlized material to add some luxurious sheen to your gift cards.     

6. Square Tags

Make personalized gift tags for bottles, jars and more with square business cards

Use fun custom square cards as gift tags for wine bottles, candles, gift boxes, and more. Simply punch a hole in your tag, insert ribbon or twine through the hole and loop it around your favorite wine bottle or jar. This idea works for customer appreciation gifts and product labeling as well.

Find ways to make them your own

As you can see, square cards can be used for more than just your business cards. They can be used for marketing your business, price tags, product displays, branding, and gifts. All it takes is a bit of design, creativity, and imagination to make these charming cards work in your favor.

Add some additional touches to your square cards by experimenting with materials. Try choosing glossy white or a pearlized finish as an option. Or use a rounded corner card to change the entire look. Avery offers two ways to order square cards for your business. Try our custom printed square cards when you want a premium, professional look & feel. If you’re just starting out or want to experiment with different looks before ordering professionally printed cards, try Avery printable square cards.

Above all, have fun and use these square card ideas to make your card stand out from the stack.

Author: Melanie Neff

Melanie has an extensive writing background built on an impressive journalism foundation. As a reporter for USA Today and The Los Angeles Times for almost 20 years, she covered everything from the Los Angeles riots, fires, and floods to LA Lakers, Raiders and Clippers games and movie premieres. She followed her newspaper career with a long tenure covering commercial real estate financing and development. Melanie has been writing about small business marketing and labeling needs for the last 12 years. She thrives on reading, researching and expanding her knowledge of everything going on in today's business world and looks to provide the most valuable information she can to her readers.