The Digital Business Card
I found an absurd deal on hosting for my own website. It was such a steal, I couldn’t pass it up. I got a 90% discount on 2 years of hosting, or 2 years for $20. Not bad. I’ve always considered getting a website, but what would I put there? I decided on making it a digital business card.
Here’s what happens with business cards these days. We pay money for them, then they go out of date because we move, change blog services, change emails, stop using this service and start using that one. So instead, why not get business cards printed that point to your personal website and make it a digital business card. Check out my digital business card, at JasonTheDCE.com. It currently has six links out to various services that I use:
- WordPress Blogging
Check it out and let me know what you think!
EDIT: I wrote this post without knowing about Church Crunch’s “Do Bloggers Need Business Cards” blog contest. I’m making this my “entry” in the hopes of winning free cards.