Alexa Seleno

ThinkPod’s Network Card is the Solution for You!

The new virtual Network Card from ThinkPod is making the (boring) traditional business card obsolete — especially with the new Pro Card features! Missed connections will no longer be a worry because your digital Network Card is always with you.

Just like a traditional business card, the Network Card allows you to share your contact information with potential clients or business connections. However, unlike paper business cards that you need to remember to keep handy, the Network Card makes sharing your contact info as simple as scanning a QR code on your smartphone. You don’t have to waste money and time getting cards printed and shipped. Plus, you’ll save a few trees in the process.

The Pro Card Features

While the Network Card is already a great addition to your networking arsenal, ThinkPod wanted to make it even more effective. The Pro Card features make it even more powerful, here’s what you’ll be able to do with this new rollout:

Make Connections

When you have your own Network Card, you’ll be able to share your details with anyone, anywhere. No contact is needed (something super important in pandemic times!) Your Network Card can be linked to your ThinkPod Profile as well, making what you can share even more in-depth.

Customize It

With features that allow you to add a header background or change the color scheme, you can make the Network Card as unique as you are. You will have control over the fonts that you use and how you would like your card to look overall.

Easy to Share

The Network Card is super easy to share via the QR code. However, there are additional ways that you can connect with the card! Your info can be shared through SMS, URL, and on the ThinkPod platform.

Keep in Touch

The Pro Card allows you to keep up with your new and existing connections with the reminder feature. You can set times to reach out, call, or connect on ThinkPod straight from the Network Card app.

Showcase Yourself

Since the Network Card can be synced with the ThinkPod profile, you can make use of the Showcase option on your profile. With Showcase, your virtual business card also becomes a portfolio where you can show off your body of work or even make an introduction video.

In addition, you can have downloadable information to share with your connections. The app allows for sharing PDF, PNG, and JPG files.

It’s a Networking Dream

As you can see, the Network Card is a powerful tool that will take your networking game to the next level. You can take control of your career or business by designing a card that works for you. Download it now from the app store.

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