If you’ve been a reader of my site for a long time, you know how excited I get over different kinds of business cards. I’ve had post-it note cards, square cards, metal cards, laminated cards… I enjoy them immensely. Of course, with the lockdowns and inability to travel, there wasn’t much of a need for business cards. Now that travel is opening up, though, I decided it was time to update my card and get some on order.
Ko tetahi mea e tino wehi ana ahau ko te maha o nga kaari umanga hei hoko me te maha hei kawe mai ki ia kaupapa. Kia tae ra ano ki ahau Linq. Linq has a unique line of digital business card products that have NFC embedded. If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know I experimented with a set of NFC cards in the past but it didn’t work out. The company had a lot of issues printing them and then the destination URL was less than exceptional.
He rereke a Linq, kei te whakauru i tetahi taupānga pukoro hei hanga i tetahi whaarangi papautu koreutu (he whaarangi utu ranei me etahi whakahoutanga pai) me nga momo taputapu ka taea e koe te hoko kua whakauru mai te NFC. Ka taea e to whaarangi taunga te hono atu i o hononga hono, hononga utu (Venmo, PayPal, CashApp ranei), kia taea ai e to manuhiri te tango i to kaari whakapiri kia pai ai te whakauru ki a koe ki o raatau hoapā.
Me Linq Pro, he hainatanga ki a raatau hua Leap, ka taea hoki e koe:
- Set any destination page you’d like within the Hapa kōwhiringa.
- Taapirihia etahi atu korero ki to whaarangi tauranga Linq. I taapirihia e au tetahi riipene ataata YouTube engari ka taea hoki e koe te taapiri i nga hononga hui, Spotify, tetahi kaitakaro Soundcloud ranei.
- Taapirihia he puka ki to whaarangi ki te hopu i etahi atu korero.
Ma a raatau kaari Premium me etahi whakaritenga, i taea e au te hanga i tetahi kāri pakihi ritenga with my logo on it (photo above) that I can simply stick in my phone case and then pull out whenever anyone asks or I offer my card. Instead of giving each individual a business card, I can tap it to their phone or they can scan the QR code on the backside and they’re brought to a landing page with all of my information as well as a contact download link to import my contact information directly to their phone!
NFC Whakauruhia Nga Hua Kaari Pakihi Mamati
Linq doesn’t just offer the premium card that I purchased, they actually have a great selection of products to choose from:
- Kari Linq - he kohinga whiringa mo nga kaari whakamahi-kotahi ka taea e koe te aata maarama, kia taarua to tohu ki runga, kia hoahoa katoa raanei.
- Raina Linq – a simple bracelet that’s NFC embedded… just tap the bracelet with your phone and the destination page opens.
- Linq Band for Apple Watch – an Apple Watch band that’s NFC embedded… just tap the band with your phone and the destination page opens.
- Hub Hono - He papamahi, papamahi papaaho ranei e taea ana e te NFC a he tohu QR kei runga mo nga taangata e toro atu ana ki to teepu teepu ranei.
- Paoa hono - He iti te paatene NFC iti ka taea e koe te piri ki muri o to waea me to waea waea. Ka taea hoki te whakarite ki enei me te tohu QR, to tohu ranei.
Linq mo nga Kapa
Linq mo nga roopu ka taea e koe te whai i nga mahi hono a o tiima i a ratau e tohatoha ana i o raatau korero ki etahi atu.
Linq mo nga Takahanga
If you’re running a social event, Linq offers badges and hubs for attendees and vendors. You can track connections and engagement across attendees, sponsors, and vendors!
Find out more about Linq’s products and offerings at their online store:
Disclosure: I signed up as a Linq Ambassador and I’m using my affiliate link in this article.