It doesn’t matter if they are placed in a retro Rolodex or just stacked up neatly in a desk drawer, we all gather up business cards that we just have no clue where to place them. Sometimes, these business cards are not used right off, and you may not even recall right away, where exactly you did meet its owner or even why you did want their contact information anyhow. LinkedIn has surely become the one preferred way to get in touch with other highly qualified professionals, users still don’t give their profile URLs out to others, whenever there is … Read more at Free Business Cards
To say that social media has revolutionized internet marketing as we know is would be an understatement. The emergence of sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Craigslist, and MySpace just to mention a few has significantly changed the way search marketing works today. Basically, a social search engine lists businesses and products and goes a step further by allowing consumers to review them. Social sites have evolved to become forms of directories where consumers search for answers and recommendations from other users’ experiences with the companies, products, or services. Below are 3 ways social media is changing the way search marketing… Read more at Free Business Cards
Business Cards in a Social Media World
With new applications online like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, is it still necessary to carry and hand out business cards? My first thought is absolutely. Why would anyone want to miss out on an opportunity to network by not passing out business cards to new acquaintances. But maybe there’s a way to allow people to contact you without a business card.
If you are in front of the group at anytime during a meeting, start by giving out your Twitter username, Facebook page, Linked In username, email address, and website URL. This … Read more at Free Business Cards