These days, it’s really any information you want to provide on your business card–and how you want people to contact you. The basics of phone, e-mail, text, and/or website information are always good. You can always do a Google search and view images of different styles and approaches to give you ideas.
I also include a headshot on my card which gives it a more personal feel.
don’t forget that a business card has two sides. I have put my basic information on the front along with logos of methods I teach and have added additional data on the back. If you feel it is important to mention that you are insured, I would put it there.
Personally, I also chose to design and print my own business cards which gives me a chance to change in any direction I want and don’t have to wait until I have used up the first 1000. That will also enable you to modify business cards if you go to a specific event where you want to tailor the information to the expected audience.
Hello Terri Hornsby,
If that makes you comfortable, then insured it is; although, that would be assumed for a professional and will come up in conversation, anyway. I also use the back side, for my mission statement.
Logo, phone, fax, website, email, personal and business names, specialties and certifications.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.