You’ll need business cards. That’s the most practical means of letting people know how to get in touch with you. You might start out with a simple card, many online print shops offer free business cards with their company name imprinted on the back. It doesn’t matter what you start out with, as long as the cards look professional.
Ink jet printers are made so well now that you can even do your own cards at home and you can make them look professional.
It helps if you use a business name, rather than your own name. It elevates the impression of your professional capabilities. Think of a business name that really says what you do.
A close friend of mine named his business “Affordable Payroll”. There’s no doubt what his business is about and it tells everyone that it’s a reasonable service.
Riley Design is a packaging and branding design firm. Using the last name of the founder of their firm is logical because Mr. Riley has a great reputation for his design work.
If you want to be remembered, create a memorable name. Keep it short and to the point, but make it catchy.