Except, instead of the card having his name and the company where he works printed, it has a phrase you have the strong suspicion is about to start playing over and over again in your head for the rest of the night: "Hey I just met you, and this is crazy, but here's my number. " If you find the idea creative or appealing, you're in luck because there's a chance this scenario could happen to you: Men handing out business cards with the lyrics of Carley Rae Jepsen's catchy (or annoying, depending on who you ask) "Call Me Maybe" has become sort of a thing. As the night comes to an end, instead of asking for your number, he makes the now somewhat dated move of handing you his business card.Eventually, a photo of the card made its way over to Reddit.
If you want to go the extra mile to show you’re tech-savvy, generate a QR code online that links to your website.
If you don’t have a portfolio or blog to link to, create a simple website using a platform like Wix.com, a free website builder.
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You can also add the name of the school you’re attending/graduated from and what kind of degree you’re working towards/have.