“71% of people access social media through their mobile device and virtual business cards make that connection quick and easy.” http://vBizCards.net
Washington, DC (PRWEB) February 24, 2015
vbizcards, a start-up technology company operating out of Washington DC, has announced the launch of its virtual business card that allows the immediate transfer of your coordinates in the physical and cyber world to colleagues, potential business partners, clients and others.
The vbizcard has been designed to replace the traditional paper business card; meetings that now end in an exchange of business cards necessitate data being entered into a smart phone or an app at a future time, a step that many people simply do not take. The vbizcard allows the transfer of all relevant data immediately, ensuring that eventual contact is convenient.
To create a vbizcard takes only moments: clients create an account at vbizcards.net, entering their contact information: the end result is a cleanly formatted virtual business card that includes all coordinates of a social media media presence ––Twitter account, YouTube channel, MailChimp address, Vimeo channel and more –– that can be immediately sent to anyone with a smart phone or email account.
THE END USER
A vbizcard presents itself as a clickable link to a recipient which leads to the virtual vbizcard that mimics the design of a paper business card, a globally recognizable format. All links to social media and email are clickable within the vbizcard.
VBIZCARD IS A CARD WHOSE TIME HAS COME
Pew Research has reported that 97% of American adults have cell phones, and that 54% of these are smart phones – this trend is expected to continue with estimates that Americans will own about 193 million smart phones by 2017. vbizcards has designed the vbizcard to plug into the virtual world human beings increasingly spend more time in.
MINIMAL COST FOR COMPRENHENSIVE COMMUNICATION
vBizCards virtual business cards are available for a monthly subscription of $2.99, or a yearly subscription of $19.99; the yearly subscription opens the door to further individualizing the card by embedding a logo and wiping out all ads.