Mobile devices help us meet various day-to-day needs. And unsurprisingly, they can also function as a digital business card (a.k.a e-business card).
If you want to learn how to use your mobile phone as a digital business card, this article will help you. We cover everything from creating your card, adding it to your mobile device, and sharing it conveniently with recipients.
Once you add your digital business card to your phone’s Apple Wallet or Google Wallet, it becomes immediately available for sharing.
You simply open your phone’s Wallet and present the pass (essentially your card) to your recipient.
This way, you can conduct modern, paperless, and contactless business card-sharing.
2. Via a business card QR Code
Another way to share your digital business card from your mobile device is through a business card QR Code. Your recipients can scan this code to view, interact, and save your e-business card on their mobile devices.
🔥 If you’re using Beaconstac: Each digital business card you create is accompanied by its own dynamic QR Code.
Download this QR Code from the dashboard as an image file and save it on your mobile device.
3. As a URL
In addition to wallet passes and QR Codes, you can also share your digital business card from your mobile device as a URL.
You can share this URL through various channels, such as social media, your email signature, WhatsApp, SMS, and more.
🔥 If you’re using Beaconstac: Each digital business card you create will have its own unique URL. You can easily copy this URL and share it on any medium that supports link-sharing.
Effortlessly network on the go using your mobile device with Beaconstac’s digital business cards
Your mobile phone can serve as your digital business card. You get to share your card as and when needed. You no longer need to carry stacks of paper business cards, which can run out during a networking scenario.
Consider Beaconstac’s digital business card solution for a comprehensive set of features that allow you to create and share e-business cards from your mobile device.
Share your digital business card via Apple Wallet or Google Wallet, then capture your recipient’s contact details and generate leads with Two-Way Contact Sharing.
Reuben is a Content Marketer who helps businesses drive audience engagement and conversions through compelling content narratives. Currently, he explores the profound impact of simple yet innovative business tools, such as digital business cards, on organizational ROI.