QR codes can help people find missing things, including pets

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QR codes may have become one of the most widely used tools in the marketing world, but they can be used for much more than discounts. Washington-based startup Dynotag has launched seeks to use the codes as a way to track lost things. The service will be completely free, allowing users to generate their own QR codes and put them on anything that may be prone to being misplaced. The codes can be placed on just about anything as their size is customizable. When smart phone users create a QR…

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Bozell launches new QR code generator equipped with Google Analytics

QR Code Generator

Online QR code generators are nothing new to the Internet. In the wake of the storm of popularity that accompanied QR’s arrival to the U.S., a number of online generators cropped up, offering services to the tide of people interested in the blocky barcodes. In the early days of QR use, these generators were simple in both form and function. While many have held on to their simplicity, today’s generators are much more reliable than their predecessors, who would often garner criticism for producing faulty codes. There is always room…

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ShareSquare makes all the right connections

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ShareSquare, a platform that connects audiences with the entertainment industry, made a strong showing at this year’s South by South West conference. They have launched their new initiative today that will make use of QR codes. The company will also offer a content management system that will let clients easily customize the codes as well as obtain real-time analytics. This year’s conference, held in Texas, was overrun with QR codes. As the barcodes become more popular, more companies specializing in their use are beginning to emerge. Mobile technology is likely…

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