- Registering a contact directly
With this method, all information can be saved directly as contacts with a single tap, so the user does not need to manually enter details one by one
- Save more than phone numbers, email and website addresses!
With your NFC business card you can route all your social media contacts and email addresses online. Thus, the details of many of the channels you use, including Instagram and Facebook, are transmitted to the other party in less than a second.
- Direct people to subscriptions or newsletters
You can use referral pages to get information about a newspaper, a newsletter or a product you are promoting that week. With these links that you update at certain times, you will be able to address each person you meet with the most up-to-date information.
- Direct to apps or games
It’s my favorite way to get people to install mobile apps that you’ve worked so hard to get them to install, but can’t get them to install! Rather than giving potential customers the name of your app, having them write it down, remembering it in the future, going to the app store and searching for it or installing it, it’s great to be able to open your app or game on their phone with a single tap.
These are just a few of the things you can do with NFC. Apart from that, some businesses share promotional cards with discount codes loaded on NFC. With NFC, you can develop business cards with brand new concepts and give them simple but groundbreaking experiences in the eyes of your customers.
Let’s also talk about the relationship between the pandemic and NFC. For example, in the first months of the pandemic, while meeting with the manager of one of my business partner companies, I presented my traditional business card to her. However, she politely did not want to take it. She said that due to the pandemic, she no longer made such exchanges and that I could send her my contact information via e-mail. If I had a business card with NFC, I would not have been in such a situation and could have found myself in the other person’s phone book at that moment. By the way, yes, the tailor cannot sew his own clothes (at least at that time).