Mcommerce used by Bitingduck Press to sell ebooks in an innovative way

Mcommerce ebooks

Publisher uses QR codes to sell more digital copies. Bitingduck Press, an independent publisher with locations in Montreal, Canada, and Altadena (Los Angeles County), California, has now launched a new method of using mcommerce to sell books in a way that will support local businesses. The publisher is using the new patent pending WebBytez technology and a custom QR code. Postcards with the cover art from books, as well as their descriptions, are being displayed with the QR codes that have been customized for each specific book. These postcards are…

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Google uses QR codes for new web-based reading platform


Google has added QR codes to one of their new mobile reading platforms. The company’s WebGL Bookcase is a new web-based program for the Chrome Internet explorer. The program can be populated with a vast array of electronic books, more commonly referred to as ebooks. Each book in Google’s library is attributed with its own QR code. Google has recently begun adopting QR codes for some of their web-based initiatives after denouncing the codes earlier in the year. Google’s books have their own, unique QR code. When scanned with a…

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