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Intriguing notion. Yet, when I'm with a potential client and that person has expressed interest, I usually ask for their card toward the end of the conversation. They nearly always have one.

But as you suggest,the URL seems to be a natural. I have my website on my card, but I suspect my blogsite will be of more value. I'm thinking about changing cards when these run out.

As an aside, I don't buy many cards at a time, even though I spend big bucks on the few. Seems like there's always a needed change based on the new networking and media.

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