Alternative products to Ping

15 alternative and related products to Ping

Ping
Digital business card

Ping is a simple way to exchange information with people you meet - a digital business card if you will. However this is just the foundations for a personal CRM - a tool that will help you keep on top of and organise your network.

15 Alternatives to Ping

Digital business card and relationship management

>we (More Than We) is a digital business card that makes it simple and effective to organise the people you meet. Add location, a note and groups to each new connection, whilst sharing one of multiple profiles and then getting reminders to follow up.

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All your important links in one place

Most of us use social media in our daily lives, we all have mutliple profiles and share urls almost daily. Sadly the majority of social media sites only offer one url per profile. Using linkkle you can add upto 10 links and replace your social media profile url to your linkkle profile and have all your important links in one place.

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TechCrunch
Decisions, decisions. Do you link to your Instagram profile on your Twitter feed or your Facebook page? Or maybe you want to showcase your Github, LinkedIn and Pinterest pages but there's only one URL field which means you have to choose.
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Exchange contacts, seamlessly.

HiHello lets you customize multiple digital cards and share your contact details quickly. With HiHello, you’ll always be ready to meet someone new. Digitally share your information the way it’s meant to — from one phone to another.

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Axios
HiHello aims to offer a digital alternative to the business card
Medium
Since our initial launch in August 2018, HiHello has introduced many new features in the HiHello app, including more ways to share your digital HiHello cards with others, and more options to personalize your cards. Today, we're excited to announce the launch of our latest major feature: human-verified business card scanning.
WSJ
Apps like Cardhop and HiHello help you streamline your contacts app and keep it tidy, so it can become the center of your digital universe-and they promise never to share your data with anyone.
TechCrunch
HiHello, the latest startup to take aim at business cards with its own digital alternative, has raised a $2.5 million seed round to continue its efforts in building a better contact management solution designed for the mobile era. The new financing was led by August Capital, K9 Ventures and TenOneT...
Slate Magazine
We don't need to remember phone numbers anymore. We don't have rolodexes-we have digital contact lists and social media apps that catalog every vaguely significant person we've ever met. And yet, tucked in our wallets or forgotten on business trips, we still have business cards.
Medium
We've been furiously working to put out bug fixes and new features based on the feedback we've received. As of today, exactly one week later we have pushed multiple app updates to both the iOS and Android stores to fix critical issues, and make your experience better.
TechCrunch
A new app called HiHello is taking aim at business cards. While plenty of apps in the past have tried to kill the business card, they never achieved critical mass. Mainly, this is because most required that both parties - the business card holder and recipient - have their app installed...
K9 Ventures
I last ordered business cards in 2009. I think I ordered a thousand of them. And I haven't run out of them yet - because most times when I need them, I don't have them on me. They're either at the office, or in my car, or in my backpack; but never with me where/when ...
Medium
I last ordered business cards in 2009. I think I ordered a thousand of them. And I haven't run out of them yet - because most times when I need them, I don't have them on me. They're either at the...
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A new way to do networking

The idea is you can only send a message to people within your sight and only has 1 chance to convince them that you are worth talking to.

Today around the world, over 2.1 billion people have smartphone technology devices that can easily broadcast their location that they're carrying around in their pocket.

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