Modern alternative to boring business cards 

Modern alternative to boring business cards

– Saloni Nene

Ever thought about sprucing up your professional toolkit with a touch of new-age, modern magic? If traditional business cards are the handwritten letters of communication, then digital business cards are instant messaging – quick, efficient, and in tune with the digital tempo.

But what makes them so indispensable? And how can you make the most of them?

With the help of tools and apps like Hi, Tap, Popl, and many more, your card can be created and shared in a matter of minutes. It’s not too tedious a process either – a few clicks and taps, and you’re done. All you need to do is install any of these apps, update the details you want to include, and out comes a QR code to your card – easy to share, save, and e-distribute,

Your business eCard isn’t just a name and a number. It’s your digital stage, where you can proudly display your writing feats and feats of wit. Link it to your corner of the web, where your words work their magic. Add your portfolio, photo, LinkedIn profile, taglines, or any essential links and details, just like you would on a physical card (sans the printing cost).

Many apps offer the option of creating a few different cards (personal, work, business, etc.). This might be helpful for people who want to send out different details to different people. Once you’ve added everything you need, you can save and share your cards as and when you please. Majority of these apps and platforms generate QR codes, which you can send to people to scan, or open whenever you meet someone – just like you would when handing out a physical one.

While these eCards work great for anyone, it’s ideal for freelancers and entrepreneurs.

The perfect modern solution – effortlessly blending networking, technology, and convenience.

About the Author

Saloni is a freelance content writer and voice over artist based in Pune with over 4 years of experience.

Current Role: Copywriter
Company: DFS Group Limited
City: Singapore
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1 Comment
  • Varun Sarathy
    Posted at 00:00h, 31 August Reply

    Great information Saloni, will check these tools out!

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