The best way to network with an NFC Business Card

The best way to network with an NFC Business Card - Tap Tag

There are several best practices for networking with an NFC business card:

  1. Make sure your NFC business card is up-to-date: Before you start networking, make sure your NFC business card contains all the necessary information about your business and contact details. You can easily update your Tap Tag by logging into your dashboard HERE 

  2. Carry your NFC business card with you always. Keep it is your wallet so it is easily accessible at all times. Tap Tag also has some other products like a bracelet you can wear, and a sticky tag that can go on your phone. Any of these items can easily share your information wirelessly. 

  3. When you meet someone, introduce yourself and your business, and explain how your NFC business card can be used to exchange contact information. Simply ask them to take out their phone and you can tap your Tap Tag to it to seamlessly share your contact which allows them to download it right into their phone. 

  4. Offer to scan the other person's NFC business card if they have one: As well as offering your own NFC business card, offer to scan the other person's NFC business card so that you can exchange contact information.

  5. Follow up after the event: After you have exchanged NFC business cards, follow up with the person to thank them for their time and to remind them of your conversation. This can help to build a relationship and potentially lead to future business opportunities.

  6. Use your NFC business card to connect on social media: If you have social media accounts, you can use your NFC business card to connect with others on social media platforms. This can help to further build and strengthen your network.

  7. Keep track of your connections: Use our proprietary mytt.ag software to capture and track leads. This can help you to stay organized and follow up with the right people at the right time.

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