The issue with traditional business cards
For anyone who does a lot of networking or marketing events, you are well versed in exchanging business cards with potential clients. But you will also understand the pain of trying to figure out which business cards were linked to which people and conversations. It’s a bit of a messy and flawed system.
Why use a digital business card?
Digital NFC business cards allow you to share your details with potential clients in the tap of a card. This doesn’t require the other person to install any software or do anything complicated.
How does a digital NFC business card work?
Digital business cards use near-field communication (NFC) technology. This is the same technology that is used for Apple and Android Pay. This means that modern mobile mobile devices have NFC enabled. Any device with NFC enabled will be able to receive information sent from your digital business card.
What can you store on a digital NFC Business card?
NFC business cards can store all kinds of information. For sharing your details you can have your contact information set up in a profile ready to drop straight into their phone’s contact list. Filmmakers can have a video link that will link clients straight to their showreel. You can even have your website link stored on there so that you can share your personal or company website with a tap.
How can I set up a digital NFC business card?
Contrary to popular belief, this isn’t a hard thing to do. You don’t need to know how to code or even be very technical. All you need to do is install an app which is available for free for iOS or Android. All the instructions are in the video below.