Alexa Seleno
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Top Reasons to Use ThinkPod’s Network Card

It is really no secret that the world is becoming more digital every day. Over the years, we have seen paper, currency, and displays go digital. It was only a matter of time before business cards went the same way, right?

Introducing ThinkPod’s virtual Networking Card! it has significant advantages over a traditional business card.

Easy to Create. Easy to Share.

Creating your Network Card is as simple as it gets. Download the app from the app store; it’ll walk you through the process. In a matter of moments, you’ll have your very own Network Card up and running.

Once you have things just as you like them, you can share your card with the custom QR code. When you meet someone that you want to connect with, they can easily scan your code with their smartphone. You’ll never miss an opportunity to network.

Make a Statement

When you share your digital Network Card with your potential connections, you make a bold statement. It shows that you are always up to date on technological trends! That you like to keep it fresh.

It also shows that you care about your business. You want to ensure that you are never caught empty-handed or miss a chance to grow your network.

Go Contactless

The coronavirus pandemic has changed the landscape of business in many ways. Sharing your “business card” in a contactless way can help cut down on the possibility of transferring the virus from person to person. It’s one less thing to touch!

Save Some Trees

When you choose to add ThinkPod’s Network Card to your repertoire, you get to save a few trees. You are able to share your contact information with everyone you meet, and no trees need to be cut down to make cardstock. Plus, you are also do not have to waste energy on printing and shipping them either.

Connects to Your ThinkPod Profile

Another great thing about the digital Network Card is that it links seamlessly with your ThinkPod profile. You can share so much more than just your contact information — you can share a bit of your personality! It makes it easy for your chance meetings to turn into organic connections.

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