What is Ucard.Cloud

Aron Tomkins – Testimonial

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What is Ucard cloud?
Ucard cloud is your cloud business card. A place online for your friends and clients to get your business card, find your contact details, and keep up to date.

Handing out business cards is a thing of the past, not to mention a waste of time and money. You can’t tell if anyone is paying attention to the details on the card, unless they call you directly. They could visit your website 20 times and you wouldn’t know that they were interested.

If you change business, position or location, you have no way of updating your prior contacts. How many times have you given out a business card and not recorded their contact details? It’s all missed opportunity. There must be a better way.

There is.

SHARE YOUR Cloud Business Card!

How you can benefit.
Ucard.cloud is a central place to store the contact details that your clients can use to stay in contact with you. If you move or change your title, you just update your Cloud Business Card.

If you have shared your cloud business card, and they revisit your link, they automatically receive updated information including your photo, banner, elevator pitch video, Vcard. As a Premium Member, you can change any of the details whenever you like. And your friends can contact you directly.

If you wish to request a change to an ID card, simply click the Request a change button and complete the form. We will verify with the owner that the change is correct.


Testimonial

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All good mate
Thanks, I think it’s all humming along nicely and what you’re doing is working well. 


Neil Smith – The Foot Alignment Clinic


Add To Home Screen

Add your Ucard to your phone home screen,then you can send your Ucard to others.

1. Launch Safari on your ‌iPhone‌ or ‌iPad‌.
2. Navigate to your Ucard.
3. Tap the Share icon (the square with an arrow pointing out of it) at the bottom of the screen.
4. Scroll down to the list of actions and tap Add to Home Screen.

If you don’t have an iPhone or you have a version that seems to be different to the instruction given, I would suggest doing a search on Google for “add a link to [my phone] home screen”. Enter the phone brand and model as [my phone].