Sellers can now use eBay QR codes to print shipping labels

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The barcodes make it possible for the sellers to receive labels from participating postal outlets. New eBay QR codes were recently launched to help make it easier for sellers to print out their shipping labels without having to do so from home. Sellers could use the quick response codes to print at participating post offices and shipping retailers. The idea is to allow sellers generate the eBay QR codes, which can be found in the marketplace’s Shipping Labels feature, then receive each individual barcode by email. Once the seller heads…

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Social media marketing on Pinterest has 1,703 times more power than Facebook

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It’s up to marketers to discover precisely how to profit from this unused potential. Social media marketing on Pinterest has been widely underutilized by businesses and marketers, despite the considerable potential it has to offer. It’s a powerful platform with many unique properties that help to keep each post’s value for a substantially longer time than many others, including Facebook, Instagram, and particularly Twitter. QR Code Press has an open invitation for our readers… Registering for this webinar is free and will show you precisely why you should be paying…

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Vaccination QR codes could be issued to UK residents who get the shot

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The quick response codes could help to let businesses know who has had the COVID vaccine. Among many strategies considered in the United Kingdom includes vaccination QR codes. These would make it possible for people who one day get the COVID-19 vaccine to be able to display a barcode to prove it. The idea is to show proof of vaccine receipt for people who want to attend public events again. At the moment, the vaccination QR codes are nothing more than one of a large number of ideas that have…

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Women plan more online and mobile shopping this holiday season

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Most women believe retail will not return to normal until 2022 at the earliest, says a national study. The results of the new national “Future of Shopping Women’s Study” has shown that women intend to participate in more online and mobile shopping this holiday season. Online purchases are already up substantially over the data from May 2020, said the study. The research was conducted by DaVinci Payments. It determined that mobile shopping this holiday season won’t reflect the end of the online-turning commerce trends. The majority of the survey participants…

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US Army wearable tech to collect biometric data for soldiers

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The goal is to use the IVAS headset in the development of military artificial intelligence. US Army wearable tech intends to collect soldier biometric data in order to integrate these gadgets with several other forms of technology such as augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI). The outcome will be AR goggles that will enhance cybersecurity. Among the top technological military goals over the next year will be in user authentication. Network Cross-Function Team senior science and technology advisor Donald Coulter spoke at a C4ISRNET-hotsted webinar at the start of…

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