When all anyone had was an address and phone number as a point of contact and a fax number was the only fancy extra anyone put on their business card, it was much simpler to design that business card. Two or three lines of text, a log and BAM, you’re in business.
Today, communication channels include Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and more, but how do you get all that junk effectively on to your business card without having to skip putting your logo because there’s too much text? Follr.com offers a “social business card” which is a single URL for you to organize all of your social networks and websites in one place.
What’s different about Follr?
Barring a ridiculous internet-y name, Follr stands out because one of their options is real estate centric. They are partnered with AgencyLogic which allows real estate professionals to not only feature their latest Tweet or Facebook update in one place, but they can feature their listings.
Follr is well designed and has a slick (God that’s an overused word, isn’t it?) user interface and doesn’t require technical knowledge to get set up. Although I believe you have to have an AgencyLogic account to activate featured listings, Follr is worth at least organizing and conglomerating your social networks so people can see all of your activity in one location that appears more professional than many of their competitors.
If you set up a Follr, tell us in comments about your experience getting set up and show off your final result!