A small suggestion on the business cards: since the logo at the top is also your URL, you might think about replacing the URL at the bottom with some sort of punchy tag line -- something to get across to the casual business-card recipient just what HeresYourSchedule.com does (and more importantly, what it will do for them
-- i.e. what's the main benefit they'll gain by using your service?) along with a call to action.
(There's no rule I'm aware of that says business cards have to be static and "just the facts, m'am." We know websites perform better when they contain explicit calls to action. Why not business cards, too?)
Certainly if you hand someone your business card you'll at least give them your elevator speech, and if you send them the card through the mail you'll probably include a letter, flyer or brochure to explain everything... but people forget, letters or brochures get separated from the business card, cards get buried on the desk and resurface months later all by themselves. And not everyone will get your card from you in person or through the mail.
Your card needs to be able to entice people to your website to find out more, even when it's standing all by its lonesome with no context or marketing collateral to support it. A strong, benefit-focused tagline and call to action can provide that enticement.
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