Personalized Tags Add Flair to Cards and Labels

Rachel Tamigniaux
Tuesday, Mar 22, 2011 at 8:00 AM

Tag Business Card


Do you use address labels or business cards? Consider making them truly personal and interactive with a Microsoft Tag that’s unique to you or your brand.


Instead of your initials or cute kittens, your return-address label could have a Tag that links to your v-card, website, Facebook page, or whatever strikes your fancy. Similarly, your business card could have a Tag that links to your website, résumé, portfolio, or audition video.


Plus, you can customize the Tag’s appearance, creating unique, eye-catching art that reflects your personality or brand. For tips on creating them and some examples, check out Tag Tip: Customize Your Tag.


With custom Tags, you can link to special messages or videos (“Happy Birthday!” or “Congratulations”) on cards, wedding invitations, graduation announcements, save the dates, or birth announcements. Your personal Tag could link to blogs, photograph collections on Flickr, wedding sites, gift registries, Facebook, or Twitter.


Your business logo could become a custom Tag and placed on packaging, marketing materials, and business cards. At your next business meeting or networking event, your card could be scanned by a potential client or employer, allowing them to learn more and contact you faster. Plus, your use of Tag will be memorable and set you apart as tech-savvy and forward-thinking.


Custom Tags Examples


While Tag can connect the material world to the digital world, a custom Tag connects the digital world to you.


Got a great custom Tag that fits your personality? Let us know in the comments below or on Tag’s Facebook or Twitter pages.


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