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Jono Blythe's Magic with Creative Business Cards

Updated: Mar 6, 2023

As a magician, your business cards are more than just a piece of paper with your name and contact information on it. They are a representation of your brand, your style, and your creativity. A well-designed business card can be an effective marketing tool that sets you apart from other magicians and creates a lasting impression on your audience.

When designing your business cards, it's important to consider your target audience and your unique style. Think about what kind of magic you perform and how you want to be perceived by your audience. For example, if you specialize in close-up magic, you may want to have a small, pocket-sized card that showcases your close-up skills. If you perform stage magic, you may want to have a larger card that incorporates bright colors and bold graphics.

One way to make your business cards more memorable is to incorporate your magic into the design. For example, you could have a card that looks like a deck of cards, a coin, or a magic wand. You could also use a photo of yourself performing magic or include a QR code that leads to a video of one of your performances.

In addition to design, you can also use your business cards as a prop in your act. For example, if you specialise in mentalism, you can use your business card as a tool to predict the future. Write a prediction on the card, turn it over, and hand it out to a member of the audience. When the prediction is revealed later in your act, the reaction from the audience will be priceless. This not only adds an element of surprise and wonder to your act, but it also helps to reinforce your brand and increase the likelihood that people will remember you and book you for future events.

Another way to incorporate your business cards into your act is to use them as a way to build anticipation and excitement. For example, you could hand out cards to members of the audience at the beginning of your show and tell them to hold onto them. Throughout your performance, you can make references to the cards and how they will be used later in the show. This creates a sense of anticipation and makes the audience more invested in your performance.

QR codes can also be a useful tool for magicians to incorporate into their business cards. Instead of simply handing out a card with your name and contact information on it, you can include a QR code that leads to a video of one of your performances or a special offer for people who scan the code. This not only makes your card more interactive and engaging, but it also provides an easy way for people to learn more about you and your magic.

Business cards are an essential marketing tool for any professional magician. By incorporating your magic into the design and using them as props in your act, you can create a memorable impression on your audience and increase the likelihood that people will remember you and book you for future events. So, take the time to design a creative and unique business card that reflects your brand and personality, and don't be afraid to experiment with new ways to incorporate them into your act.

If you're looking for a skilled and experienced magician for your next event, don't hesitate to contact me! My unique blend of creativity, skill, and showmanship is sure to make your event unforgettable. Whether you're planning a corporate event, wedding, or private party, I have the expertise and experience to deliver a memorable performance that your guests will talk about for years to come. So, visit my website and get in touch today to learn more about how I can make your next event magical!

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