Virtual Business Cards

by Marin Franković on 9 December, 2009

Yesterday Microsoft released one more web service called Virtual Business Cards. Anyone with any MCP certification and LiveID can Log In and create their own business card that then can be showed on the web site.

C/P from BornToLearn Blog:

Despite a little bug just before launch (now resolved), we are excited to announce that the long awaited Virtual Business Cards (VBC) is now live and exclusively available to all Born to Learn readers and MCTs!  Everyone who has an MCP or MCT profile can now create their own cards.  However, we’re going to hold back notifying the general MCP population until January so you MCTs and loyal Born to Learn readers can have the first opportunity to use VBCs and be the first to use them.

You can access VBC either from the MCT site or by navigating to http://mcpvirtualbusinesscard.com (please use the Live ID that is associated with your MCT/MCT profile). 

What are Virtual Business Cards?  They are a tool that you can use to create, customize, and share your credentials online in a visually striking manner. We really want you to show off what you’ve accomplished and let everyone know that you know what you’re talking about. The VBC platform creates for you two elements. The first is the actual Virtual Business Card itself.

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