Are you permitted to add the Salesforce Certified Professional logo to your business card?
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You sure are. The WebAssessor page you log in to (with the credentials provided in the "congratulations" email) to download the certification logo files states:
The logo may be used on e-mail signatures, websites and other printed materials, as long as the certification logo is not modified in any way.
More details on the use of the logo can be found in the Salesforce.com Certification Program Agreement, which says:
Upon successful completion of the Exam... SFDC grants You a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable, revocable certification designation (“Certification Designation”) and the right of use the applicable Certification Designation on business cards, resumes, and letterhead. You may not use the Certification Designation in any way that: i) may be construed to establish an affiliation between SFDC and any third parties other than You; or ii) negatively impacts SFDC's reputation or goodwill. SFDC retains all rights, title and interests in the Certification Designation. Nothing herein shall be construed to grant any other rights to You.
Check this Guide to Certification link.
It States that you can use it on Business cards. Check point #2.
When you earn your credential by passing the requisite certification exam, you get:
- A Salesforce.com Certified certificate
- A Salesforce.com Certified logo to use on business cards, resumes, email signatures and social networking profiles
- Free access to Release Training materials
- Membership in the exclusive Salesforce Certified Professionals community
- Personal growth and professional advancement
The link is last UPDATED July 2014. I will update this answer if I find any updated link