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Schmap.me

Schmap is like your virtual business card – key in your contact address, website URL, phone number, email or any other details that you want to reveal in public and it creates a personal web page for you with all this information.

You can ever grab a personal URL for your contact page and it looks the same on desktop browsers as well as mobile phones.

 

Virtual Business Card
Your virtual business card with Google Map looks the same everywhere on web & mobile phones

Schmap uses Google Maps to display the location. If privacy is a concern, just enter your city or country in the address field or you may even leave any of the fields blank.

To get your contact page, visit schmap.me. Here are some dummy cards I created to test the service – they look pretty good even on the mobile phone.

The service doesn’t require any registration but if you need a provision to edit your contact details later, they provide a secret URL for that as well.

You may also want to read this review of Schmap Local that lets you interact with contact addresses and phone numbers available on web pages.



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