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Google launches People Cards in India to make users more visible online

People-Cards

This is great news for everyone around – you no longer have to be famous to turn up higher on people list on Google Search anymore. The search engine giant has now rolled out People Cards, which are virtual visiting cards of sorts and this will help you be found online more easily.

So, essentially, you can need not be a celebrity to be found easily Google Search at least. Google has launched People Cards, and these can be virtual visiting cards, and will help users pop up faster on searches.

With this, users can create a virtual visiting card on Search in which you will be able to highlight information like their existing website, social profiles, location etc, and even a phone number and email address if they want. Essentially, any information can be made public can go on the card. 

So, users can create a virtual visiting card on Search in which one can highlight information like their existing website, social profiles, location etc. These cards are aimed at helping people like influencers, entrepreneurs, freelancers, self-employed people as well as people who are looking for jobs etc. 

Now, people will be able to create their own People Cards and can also see other people’s cards on their smartphones.

This is how you create a card? 

– This process is very simple. You need to be signed into your Google account before you begin this process.

– You can then proceed to search for your name on Google Search or type in – “Add me to Search”.

– This is where you will get the very first prompt and you will get is to add yourself on Google Search and you can go ahead from there to creating your card.

– If you want, you can choose an image, add a description, add links to your websites and social profiles and also a phone number and email ID. And that’s it. You are good to go.

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