Cardcloud turns LinkedIn profiles into online business cards

Cardcloud announces LinkedIn integration into their signup process, enabling new users to easily set up an online business card populated with information from their existing LinkedIn profile. After a successfully integrated The Next Web Conference 2011, Cardcloud will be implementing support for Google I/O 2011, WWDC 2011, TechCrunch Disrupt NYC and Next Conference.

Cardcloud announces LinkedIn integration into their signup process, enabling new users to easily set up an online business card populated with information from their existing LinkedIn profile.

By starting the signup process with LinkedIn, Cardcloud generates an online business card containing the information visible on a LinkedIn profile. Information like the user’s name, job title and even Twitter profile are integrated with the card within a few seconds.

After signing up, users can customize their online business card with a profile picture and company logo, and add over 80 online services to their liking. Additional cards can be created, and they can make use of Cardcloud’s iPhone app or mobile browser app to share these cards within anyone. Cards can be shared simply by email, or from phone to phone. Card recipients do not need a Cardcloud account or application to be able to receive online business cards.

Upcoming events on Cardcloud

After a successfully integrated The Next Web Conference 2011, Cardcloud will be implementing support for Google I/O 2011, WWDC 2011, TechCrunch Disrupt NYC and Next Conference.

Cards shared at these conferences will not only be geotagged, but will also feature the special event badges. ICardcloud is actively partnering with event organizers: for inquiries organizers can contact events@cardcloud.com.

About Cardcloud

Cardcloud is a privately funded company based in Amsterdam. The company is currently hiring.

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