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Creating a digital business card using ShootProof

  • 29 July 2020
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I recall in one of the photographer virtual meetups someone mentioning that you can make a digital business card using shootproof. Can someone help me with this?

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Best answer by Megan 29 July 2020, 15:49

Hey @Jerren Willis! I remember that- I don’t remember who mentioned it, but if memory serves correctly, they used the Mobile App as a digital business card. 

You can add up to 6 custom links (so a contact form, blog, etc), Add in photos - maybe your portfolio images, or an image that has your referral plan details, or one that has details on how to book you, get creative here! Then you share the link with whoever you want to give it to. If you make it, I’d love to see it!

 

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Hey @Jerren Willis! I remember that- I don’t remember who mentioned it, but if memory serves correctly, they used the Mobile App as a digital business card. 

You can add up to 6 custom links (so a contact form, blog, etc), Add in photos - maybe your portfolio images, or an image that has your referral plan details, or one that has details on how to book you, get creative here! Then you share the link with whoever you want to give it to. If you make it, I’d love to see it!

 

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Thanks for the reminder of the Mobile App Digital Business card!

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I don’t know if this helps or not… I have used Blue.Social for a “Digital Business Card” - it works quite nice! 

You can purchase a Blue Card that has NFC built into it, and can use the “Hello My Name is Blue” app to manage it, generate all the info and even generate a QR code. 

During a recent photo shoot, I had the link set up pointing to the gallery specific to the photo shoot ahead of time, and used the “Pre-Release” function.

Then on the day of, I had the Blue Card and the QR Code ready. My clients could either tap the card with their phone or scan the QR code - and go to the profile - or digital business card, click on the link and go right to the gallery to request access by email. I like it a lot because you can update and modify information in real time - if you are at a trade show, make a like to a specific landing page, etc. 

This could be useful for street photography too - if I take your picture and you want to see it, tap my card, and view the profile - then go to IG or my Shootproof Gallery and there it is!

You can integrate all sorts of information - Facebook, Instagram, Venmo, etc. The QR code is nice to be able to put on flyers or brochures or even on to get the info out there for people. Upload the QR code to a ShootProof Gallery as an easy way to share more information with your customers!

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I don’t know if this helps or not… I have used Blue.Social for a “Digital Business Card” - it works quite nice! 

You can purchase a Blue Card that has NFC built into it, and can use the “Hello My Name is Blue” app to manage it, generate all the info and even generate a QR code. 

During a recent photo shoot, I had the link set up pointing to the gallery specific to the photo shoot ahead of time, and used the “Pre-Release” function.

Then on the day of, I had the Blue Card and the QR Code ready. My clients could either tap the card with their phone or scan the QR code - and go to the profile - or digital business card, click on the link and go right to the gallery to request access by email. I like it a lot because you can update and modify information in real time - if you are at a trade show, make a like to a specific landing page, etc. 

This could be useful for street photography too - if I take your picture and you want to see it, tap my card, and view the profile - then go to IG or my Shootproof Gallery and there it is!

You can integrate all sorts of information - Facebook, Instagram, Venmo, etc. The QR code is nice to be able to put on flyers or brochures or even on to get the info out there for people. Upload the QR code to a ShootProof Gallery as an easy way to share more information with your customers!

This is something I am going to look into! Thank you.

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