Update: It’s been a long time coming despite the enthusiasm of much of the industry going way back to this original post in 2012 asking almost the same question.In a recent Drum/YouGov survey, it looks like QR codes are finally coming of age due to the Covid...
QR Codes – good for something, then! In an earlier post, entitled QR Codes: What good are they?, I listed a number of ways that businesses could utilise QR codes to help generate interest, leads and eventually, sales. For those who were maybe unsure of what they...
What are QR Codes? First of all it might be useful to explain a little bit about what they are. WikiPedia gives the definition:- A QR code (short for Quick Response) is a specific matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code), readable by dedicated QR barcode readers and...
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