Having an online business card with a centralised social media presence sounds like a pretty good idea. Small business professionals can end up having many social media networking accounts, once you take into account your blog, twitter, facebook, stumbleupon, digg, youtube, and possibly a few others.
Each of these networks are important in there own way, but are not suitable if you are looking for sharing your traditional physical business card format to people you meet online.
If you are looking to bring all your profiles into one place, for easy sharing, you might consider some of the following 10 excellent options:
Card.ly is a site that allows you to have your own mini business card profile, without needing to have any design or programming skill.
Contxts allows you to create an online business card where details can be shared via SMS. Your txt business card is not just an exchange of credentials. It’s also a request to connect profiles through our network. Each and every contact that you make is added to your virtual rolodex. From here you get access to whatever additional information they provide (flickr, twitter, linked-in).
With SnapDat™, there’s no business card to lose or forget. There’s not a pile of cards staring you in the face waiting to be entered into your address book. SnapDat™ contact sharing starts & finishes where it belongs – – - directly on your mobile phone.
Beam Me Live
The Beam Me Live services enable seamless and powerful lead management and contact exchange between mobile users on any device, network or OS without downloads, installs or subscriptions.
DUB takes the chaos out of contact management with intuitive tools to consolidate contacts across mobile phones, social networks, and email accounts.
Twt Biz Card
TwtBizCard is a FREE business card application based on Twitter that lets you exchange your contact information at events or online.
Socialized Card holds your entire social identity. By sharing the card, your friends can access all your internet profiles. Thus they can connect with you on all social networks which you belong to.
The Definitive Online Profile. A central location for your personal info, and a gateway to all your online profiles and networks. Your own content from those sites automatically included.
My Name is E
E enables you to collect your accounts – on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and every other network of your choice – in one spot, and share them in real life by using any mobile phone.
Provides a free, personal website, that acts as your digital business card.
What do you think of these options? Do you know any more? Feel free to share below.