Google Giving Away 250,000 Google Profile Business Cards


Google has teamed up with to offer free Google Profile business cards to the first 10,000 people who claim them. Each person can get a set of 25 cards that shows the home page with his/her Google Profile URL underneath it in green.

If you’re logged in to your Google account, you should see the offer available at the top of your profile. It can also be accessed here:

The offer is only available in the continental U.S., and Google says the cards should arrive within 10-12 days. You’ll have to create an account to place the order, or login to an existing account with them if you have one.

Postscript: Some have reported 404 errors trying to reach that page. It appears that you need to ensure your account is public, otherwise you’ll get an error.

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Google: Accounts & Profiles | Top News


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  • http://sniW sniW

    Maybe I’m missing something here, but I don’t see that link at the top of my profile, and the link you provided doesn’t seem to work either. Is anyone else having this problem?

  • amg3vball

    I tried to access the link above, but am taken to a 404 error page. Please advise. thanks!

  • Danny Sullivan

    I’ve checked, and the link above still works for me when I’m logged in. As it’s only offered for those in the US, it might not be working if your account is outside the US.

  • Danny Sullivan

    Well, I take that back. I used a different account, and the link no longer works. I suspect all the cards have gone, but we’ll check.

  • carmenhughes

    i’m in CA and tried but got the same result as the two previous commenters (404 error page and no link on top of my profile).

  • Matt McGee

    Try it now. One reader said it doesn’t work for some people without the trailing backslash.

  • shadoe

    I received that same 404 error page.

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