So, I've been thinking about getting some new business cards printed up, and it's something I've always found a bit of a hassle. But recently, I stumbled upon this interesting article on the Shopify blog from back in March. They mentioned something called digital business cards, which I didn't know much about. But as I read more about them, I got pretty intrigued.
Apparently, with these digital cards, you can easily update any of your information and they all automatically update no matter when you've shared them. Plus, you can include more than just the basics; things like a short bio, links to your social media profiles, your online store, and more.
Now, I did some digging and found a piece on the best digital business card reviews on the site I usually follow. There are a bunch of solutions mentioned there, and some of them seem pretty promising. But before I jump in, I'd really love to hear from folks who've actually used digital business cards. Do you have one? And if so, can you recommend the platform you went with? I'd really appreciate your insights!
Hi there! I created my digital business card with Beaconstac and I can tell you I'm quite happy with it. Interestingly, I read the same article with reviews back then. It wasn't an easy choice to make as there are some great solutions out there. I picked this platform mostly for its amazing security features. And also, the bulk creation option comes in handy. I fully switched to digital business cards although some friends of mine printed a batch of traditional cards with QR codes. I guess it depends on one's personal preference and perhaps the industry. Did you consider printing some paper cards too or do you intend to fully switch to digital?
Thanks a bunch! I was leaning toward this maker but it feels better hearing someone had a good experience with it.
To answer your question - it didn't even cross my mind that I could have both. I was too focused on picking the platform, I guess. Actually, it sounds like a good idea to print a small number of paper cards and embed a QR code. So thank you for mentioning it!