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What are ecards? Pros & Cons

The Verdict

When it comes to networking, making great first impressions, and exposing your brand; paper business cards and digital business cards are both excellent options – with their own set of advantages and disadvantages. Ultimately, it comes down to what you feel most comfortable using when networking.
In some instances, a paper business card is ideal, while in other situations a digital business card is more suited. The impact of technology has revolutionized the way we interact and engage with people; both online and in-person. Do your research (paper business cards, digital business cards, or a combination of both) and choose an option you feel will help you achieve your networking goals.

If you want to learn more about the advantages of using a digital business card,

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Digital Business Cards
Pros

A digital business card differentiates you from your competitors.
Digital cards are easy to share and most applications provide various ways to share your digital cards with people via text (SMS), email, social media and more.
Digital business cards allow you to attach videos and external links (surveys, sign up forms, subscription lists, etc.),
to make great first impressions, share contact information, and advertise services in a more engaging way.

Digital business cards conveniently allow you to store all your contact information, web URLs and social media accounts in one place.

Cons

Not all people and cultures are accustomed to receiving a digital business card. For some, the exchange may be inappropriate, or the recipient may not understand how to access your contact information or save it to their phone.

Make sure the digital business card application you choose is user-friendly, easy to navigate, and provides a user guide with clearly defined features.  Some of the biggest problems with digital cards are :

Some apps allows you to share business cards only with same App users, a big hurdle in networking.
They don't have the offline feature to share the card,  and InApp purchases makes them more expensive then paper cards. Don't wanna have to keep downloading
$.99 apps and trying to figure out how to store, view, share, and organize contact info???


​The most recent trouble for digital business cards was that most digital alternates to paper cards released as of now, including those tried out by giants like LinkedIn and Google, were platform dependent  and the exchange of cards was only possible when both the people involved  had the same app installed on their smartphone or were using the same platform such as LinkedIn. The biggest loopholes holding digital business card apps for iPhone and Android back was that lack of universality.