Vizibility Inc recently announced the first NFC (Near Field Communication) Mobile Wallet Card which makes it easy for users to establish and control a mobile online presence. The new mobile business card, which has been developed as an HTML5 Web app, has been introduced as a standard feature for premium subscriptions. Vizibility is the first company which has successfully exploited the true potential of NFC in mobile personal branding.
The company has been focusing on enabling a growing number of professionals and enterprise customers control, share and track their professional online presence over the Web or even while on the go. In addition to using QR codes, users of the mobile business card will now be able to wirelessly exchange contact information and share select profiles, video bios in addition to other such content via NFC.
Apart from this, users can leverage the "Find Me in Google (News - Alert)" feature form Vizibility, to both pick and rank Google search results and also keep a track of people search for them through Google.
In a release, James Alexander, Vizibility founder and CEO said, "The ubiquity of smartphones and growing popularity of mobile wallet services all underscore the importance of establishing and controlling a mobile presence online. Credit cards aren't the only thing we keep in our wallets today. Business cards and other networking tools will also find their place in our mobile wallets. Vizibility's personal mobile branding solution is affordable, enterprise-friendly and sends the message that you and your firm are hip and innovative."
The need for easy and faster access to mobile online presence is becoming exceedingly important as users take to conducting local searches over their mobile devices. However, a large number of companies are yet to develop mobile-friendly Websites while leading social networking sites require that users download proprietary apps which hamper networking. This is why Vizibility’s mobile business card has been developed as an HTML5 Web app which can function in the mobile browser with virtually all of the QR code scanning apps and iOS, Android, BlackBerry (News
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Edited by Brooke Neuman