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I am happy to read this post, as I just placed an order for some more business cards that bring my social media blogging to the forefront. Saw this post on Twitter, thanks for the info.

Nice suggestions, but the ultimate business card of course is a .tel address i.e. a digital business card. On my hardcopy cards I only write down my edje.tel, and that's enough. It's easy to remember and very effective in communication: whatever you want to know, you can find it at http://edje.tel. If you want to call or email me via a mobile phone you're just one click away.

@Ivan - it's the same with Japan, plus slight bow, depending on the title of the person who is exchanging cards with you.

@Adrian - thank you for stopping by.

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