Visualead may revolutionize QR codes

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Visualead gains traction in boosting popularity of QR codes QR codes may be popular with advertisers, but they are much less so with consumers. Scan rates for QR codes are rarely disclosed by the companies that use them, but many consumers have taken to avoiding the codes because of the bad experiences they have had with them in the past. Some companies that make use of QR codes do so in a manner that is not effective or convenient for consumers, leaving these people with a poor sense of what…

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The holiday craze for gift tags with personalized QR codes

QR Code Gift Tags

Though gift tags may always be a part of the holiday tradition, those handwritten little tickets to which we have become so accustomed to may have become a thing of the past with the invention of personalized QR code tags. JC Penny is offering consumers Santa Tags this holiday season, providing gift-givers with the opportunity to record a voice message that the recipients will be able to hear when they unwrap their presents. This is all made possible with simple QR code technology. The way that it works is that…

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Looking for your QR Code in something a little more sturdy?

QR codes have become metallic. Metalcraft, a provider of personalized identification nameplates and labels, has announced that they will now be adding the codes to their products upon request. Metalcraft has serviced thousands of businesses throughout the country and is responding to growing demand that says companies must be more invested in mobile technology. To this end, the company is now offering its clients the ability to attribute their labels with QR codes to further engage an increasingly tech-savvy audience. “Our customers were beginning to ask about putting QR codes…

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The ABC’s of QR codes

  If you are a small business owner or entrepreneur looking for an inexpensive way to get your business name or services out to the people; this is what you need to use. QR Codes. They are starting to emerge now in the U.S. and a few other countries. Japan has used them for years, and many European countries have started using them also. You have more than likely been seeing them all ready on certain product packaging, television commercials, or even on Facebook. They are square, 2D, black and…

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Bank Audi rolls out first time ever QR code campaign

Bank Audi, Lebanon’s largest bank in terms of both customer deposits and total assets, has long embraced technological advancements, integrating them into their services for the betterment of their customers. They are now turning to QR codes to accomplish this aim with a new interactive service. Bank Audi is the first bank in Lebanon to make use of the codes. The new service targets credit and debit cardholders. Customers can scan the codes which will take them to a mobile website that will let them customize their cards. That is…

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Canadian newspaper QR code links to mobile website

Newspapers QR Codes

The Drumheller Mail, a community newspaper in Alberta, Canada, is the lates in a line of newspapers that is making use of QR codes. The codes had already appeared in advertisements that have appeared in the newspaper, but now they will be used to connect readers to online content. QR codes are still quite unfamiliar and many readers have yet to make use of them, prompting the newspaper to take measures to educate their readers on how to use them. The codes will allow readers to seamlessly connect to online…

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Dubai doing it big again but this time with QR codes

A number of companies have displayed their ingenuity in using QR codes. The codes have had a significant impact on how marketers reach consumers, but some have not been content with the normally sedentary nature of the codes. Generally, QR codes are an accompaniment – often tucked away in a corner – while the more flashy aspects of advertising soak up the most attention. Those looking to make the codes a more prominent piece to their marketing campaigns have gone so far as to constructing massive codes out of paint…

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Dave’s Killer Marketing Strategy

It seems everyone is joining the latest technologic craze taking the world by storm. QR codes have quickly become one of the most utilized and identifiable tools in marketing. Since their launch in the mid-80s, they were exclusively used to keep track of inventory. When smart phones became more popular, marketers saw how useful they could be for their clients. Today, the codes can be found in a number of print adverts and are used extensively in marketing campaigns for the music, fashion, and entertainment industries. Dave’s Killer Bread, a…

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How to stand out of the crowd with new QR code resume service

Vizibility, a company that specializes in personal branding, is now offering QR codes as part of their SearchMe service. SearchMe links to Google search results regarding the person they are connected to. Vizibility is determined for the links to be connected to more than 5 million professional profiles and business websites within the next 5 years. The company wants to help provide new mobile features to career professionals and job seekers and they believe that QR codes will help in the long run. Adding a QR code to a resume…

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Brigham Young University Students Bring QR Codes to Campus

Two students at the Brigham Young University in Utah have found a new use for QR codes. Tom Johnson, a law student at the university, along with his sister-in-law, Emily Peterson, have been posting codes all over the campus. The pair has posted the codes in places they think will get the most attention from tech-savvy students. When scanned, the code reveals details about a flash mob event that will occur on campus. Flash mobs are a seemingly spontaneous gathering of people to act out a scripted scene or event.…

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