Yes, You Can Give Out Your Business Card Online

Share Article enables visitors to create attractive free virtual business cards (with their thumbnail color photos, if desired) for use as business email signatures. It takes less than a minute to design a distinctive virtual business card.

Nobody doubts the power of the humble business card. That little 2” x 4” billboard, if distributed to the right people, can bring in clients and business for years to come.

Too bad you can't give out your business card to people you meet online. Or can you?

Yes, now you can. Washington Research Associates Inc has developed a way. It's called eBusinessCard. At their new free website,, you enter your contact info and click SUBMIT. Presto, there's your free virtual business card.

Virtual business cards have been offered online before. What's different about eBusinessCard is you can add a thumbnail photo of yourself if you want – plus your company logo, slogan or even disclaimer. And of course all you business contact info and company website URL.

It makes a neat and attractive email signature for your business emails. But not only that, it personalizes your emails since you can put in that optional color photo of yourself. Now your clients will see your smiling face at the bottom of your emails and feel like they're dealing with a real person. lets you choose from five different formats and many different type fonts and background colors. You can have a finished card in less than a minute to put in your emails or even add to documents like company reports or your resume. It's adds a nice personalizing touch and is completely free.

And don't forget the advertising value. Says company director Joseph Ryan, “eBusinessCards can be an effective form of free advertising. If a company has 30 employees, each sending out 15 emails a day using eBusinessCards as signatures, that's 112,500 free targeted ads in a year.”

“Virtual business cards, usually with employee photos, have long been a fixture in business email in Europe as a way of standardizing companies' email signatures,” continues Ryan. “With eBusinessCard, maybe that idea will finally catch on here in the U.S.”

For more information or to create a free eBusinessCard, visit, .


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