Deciding what to add on your business card can be one of the most confusing things that you would ever be unfortunate enough to go through during your seventy to eighty year long lifetime if we use national life expectancy averages to come up with an accurate figure. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that there is really no end to what you can add, and it all depends on what you find to be most important although there are some practical limitations that will narrow your options down in some way, shape or form.
For example, while it would most definitely be in your best interests to include your own company logo on your Metal Business Kards, suffice it to say that this does not mean that you can use logos for other companies at any given point in time. Most companies have trademarked their logos, so you should avoid using them unless you want to get a cease and desist order that will trap you between a rock and a hard place since the only available options would be getting rid of the business cards that you paid for with your own money or getting sued by a massive conglomerate that you can’t hope to go up against.
That is why using the Instagram logo on your business card is not all that advisable if you are being relatively objective in your analysis of the situation at hand. You can expose yourself to really troublesome litigation and that is obviously not something that you would find to be all that ideal or positive.