If the other person you want to connect with doesn’t have the app, you can simply email your business card to them from your handset, which makes Cardcloud flexible for a variety of schmoozing occasions where business cards are usually doled our alongside drinks and forced smiles.
After sharing, stored on your “Cardcloud dashboard” you will have all your new contacts’ information you would find on a regular business card, plus a GPS marker to remind you of the location where you first met this person. In addition, you can write notes on the back of the online business card to remind you of any important details, as well as adding tags and photos.
Dooid 3 is more of a progressive step when it comes to networking and connecting, taking into account many us now use social networkings as our calling cards. Dooid 3 pulls contacts from Gmail, Hotmail, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and of course, Facebook, and creates a QR code for your contact info for easy scan and share capabilities.
Another digital business card service alternative we discovered is Vistaprint.com. There's a free version, but unfortunately it's not available to share between smartphones, making this a whole lot less useful than the Cardcloud option. Vistaprint is fully customizable with a website which permits users to upload logos, or choose from a design that matches your marketing materials; you can also add a photo as well as all of your company information. Essentially this is a mini-site creator for those unable or unwilling to host their own business website.
The Vistaprint business card is effectively a webpage with Facebook, Twitter and other share buttons so visitors can learn more about your business. The virtual business card is posted online under a generic URL for free, or you can customize the URL specific to your needs for a fee.