Just What are Virtual Business Card App

With the world being virtually linked today there is more talk about virtual business cards. In this video, I’m going to answer your burning question about what are virtual business cards and how they work?

Welcome to episode one of Social Biz Tools where we give the current marketing tips for the savvy marketer.

Let’s get started …

So, what is a virtual business card?

Visualize a virtual business card as your paper business card minus the paper. Virtual business cards are an ideal substitute for your paper business card especially when you run out or leave them behind.

One of the significant positive aspects of a virtual business card is that they can be exchanged easily by text message or email.  Because your business card is distributed in an electronic format, your connections are less likely to lose or lose track of your card. Potential clients are always on their smart devices, which is where your business card needs to be.

Now let’s talk about how virtual business cards work?

A virtual business card is a digital format of your paper business card that takes up residence in the cloud. Your connections can see and save your card without installing any apps on their mobile phones. These digital cards are updated in real time which means your clients will always have your most up to date info. Digitize business cards can connect to all your social profiles in one place and your contacts can quickly click a button to call or text message you.

If you are considering adding a virtual business card to your marketing arsenal, then you should check out the Woo Card.

The Woo Card is one of the cheapest virtual business cards on the market, and you can purchase it for an inexpensive one-time price. It also has endless free updates.

For more information about the Woo Card click on the link listed below or go to http://scnow.us/ woo-card. Thanks for watching and remember to like and share our video.

Daniel Triana music bio

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

synth

Daniel Triana music bio

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

Deep Dark Atmospheric Electronic Music with a Groove… www.danieltriana.com

Deep Dark Atmospheric Electronic Music with a Groove. Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion amination pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany. https://danieltriana.com/

DanielTriana.com

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

dark wave

Daniel Triana music bio

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Trilab

chill

DanielTriana.com

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

Daniel Triana music bio

electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Trilab

DanielTriana.com

Electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

industrial music

DanielTriana.com

electronic music with dark ambient textures, exploring technology and how it relates to the arts. Prior to Daniel’s solo experiments, he was the founding member of the gothic/alternative band entitled: “Bellas Artes”. After several releases, the band slowly dissolved, but the music remains a pleasant memory for Daniel. 

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TriLab first appeared as a label and studio in 1994, prior to that, some of Daniel’s music was released through a german label called: IRRE-Tapes (Kindsbach). Some of his music also appeared in the french series: Tears Compilations. Besides the conventional and purely original 3-7 minute song structure, Daniel has also composed short ambient-like snippets as in “The Color Of Sound” CD (including his more techno-structured full length compositions), as well as more longer pieces like the 15-minute “Angel en una Tormenta [Angel in a storm]” (Tears Compilations: France), along with his longest works to date, the 40-minute live/ambient/experimental piece: TriAna “Live at Trilab”. 

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Daniel TriAna’s only cover version to date is his rendition of The Sisters of Mercy’s Heartland (The Various Artists Tribute CD is available on Cleopatra Records(USA)). Daniel Triana has composed soundtrack scores for graduate students at the prestigious SVA (School of the Visual Arts in New York City). These scores include original music as well as sound effects for computer and stop-motion animation pieces. Daniel is a member of the Music Producers/DJ collective; Sonic Warriors United (SWU) based in Germany.

https://danieltriana.com/

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