When I registered the domain name KIMarketing.com back in 2004, I knew I wanted it to represent the name of my company as I switched my business from a sole-proprietor to a corporation. KIM is obviously not only my given first name (short for Kimberly), but an acronym for Key Internet Marketing. I remember chatting with Scott Jangro back then over IM about what the “K” should stay for. I gave him my potential list, and we decided “Key” was the shortest and easiest to remember.  It was a done deal.

So, when I built my house in 2006, I not only wanted a gold plaquard on my office door (shown above), but I wanted to decorate my office with “key” decor. I  have over a dozen iron keys on my office walls that house my conference lanyards and badges (shown below).  Even my wallpaper border has keys in it.

I’ve went through hundreds, if not thousands of business cards donning the key theme, from key templates, custom key graphics designed by my brother, even ones with photos of me holding a big key. So now, I’ve got my mind set on getting custom die-cut business cards made in the shape of a key. I’m currently gathering quotes on such for the best price from various vendors including PsPrint, a printing company that prints business cards, stickers, postcards, and more.  Who do you recommend?