How many times have you handed someone a business card only to never hear from that person again? If you’re like most other businessmen and –women, this has happened countless times. What happens to a business card after the owner has given it away?
With one of Fundable’s newest up-and-coming startups, Zebracard, a business card’s fate never has to be a concern again. Owner, Nick Carter, places a QR box or barcode (user’s choice) containing social media and contact information onto business cards; using an advanced tracking system, Zebracard is then able to report not only when the QR/barcodes are scanned, but what the recipient of the business card has done with the information they received. For instance, if the recipient scans the business card’s QR code and then visits the blog contained within the code, the owner of the business card may instantly view this information in an online report.
Zebracard’s innovative tracking techniques will prove invaluable for many businessmen and –women; the ability to see which information potential clients or business contacts view and engage in will allow the business card owners to make better decisions on content and sharing. One example of the decision-making that will now be available: if a client clicks onto the businessman’s blog but doesn’t interact in any way after that, the businessman may realize that the content is not engaging or interesting enough to sell the reader.
Intrigued? Check out Zebracard’s profile to learn more about their exciting new system!