Cd Business Cards

Written by Dallas Smith
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CD Business Cards (also known as Electronic Business Cards, or ECards) are the latest, growing trend in paperless promotion. The exchange of card stock information hasn't yet gone the way of the dinosaur, but give it time. Miniature, personalized CD-ROMs are catching on quickly.

If you are a job seeker, your CD Business Cards may contain nothing more than your resume. Bands looking for bookings use CD Business Cards as an inexpensive way to get the attention of promoters and record executives. Those cards may include music, possibly a music video. Some companies use CD Business Cards loaded with features. Text, music, video--a business card can be a multimedia commercial that fits in your wallet.

CD Business Cards fit an enormous amount of information on them. Generally, CD Business Cards hold anywhere from 50 to 180 megabytes on them. Check your hard drive if you want to get a sense of how much 50 megabytes is. It's every word processing document you've written in the past few years. It's an album's worth of MP3s. It's dozens of family photos.

The Look of CD Business Cards Can Be Customized

CD Business Cards come in a variety of customizable shapes. A mechanic might have CD Business Cards shaped like a gear. A pilot could order CD Business Cards shaped like airplanes. With paper business cards, you were limited to selecting card stock, fonts, and layout. CD Business Cards start with all of that. Then you have to answer what will happen when people put the CD Business Card in their computers. It's entirely up to you.


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