Wow! I hadn't heard of these before. I think it's pure genius. Among other potential uses, imagine being able to tie in print and online campaigns by just inserting a bar code? Amazing!
I thought this was a great explanation: http://searchengineland.com/what-is-a-q … -one-27588
I don't have a reader, so couldn't figure yours out, DS. But here's mine:
I just got a new phone today with a reader on it. I was confused at first then I remembered the article you posted on facebook about this and the light went on. Awesome concept!
We have them in our local magazines and newspapers popping up all over the place now.
It usually redirects to the advertisers website.
If anyone has an iphone or an android powered phone, do a search for a free QR reader app.
by Eric Newland 6 years ago
When I finally upgraded to an iPhone a couple of months ago I thought I was hot stuff. "All right!" I thought. "Now I can scan those QR codes I see everywhere! Cool!" I downloaded a scanning app and stalked the world, ready to zap some QR awesomeness.To my chagrin, however, I...
by The Napkin Lady 5 years ago
Have you ever scanned a QR code with your phone? If so...what was it for?I have never personally scanned one, but I see them everywhere. Have you ever scanned one? What prompted you to do it? Did you get anything out of it?
by Denise Mai 6 years ago
How do I post a Google Analytics code on my site?It has a long thing I'm supposed to copy and paste but I'm not sure where to do it.
by Gene David Pangan 4 years ago
I thought that building up and inserting Amazon aStore links to my articles could boost up my sale as an Amazon affiliate but have read somewhere that this is not advisable. Anybody has an idea?
by Spacey Gracey 7 years ago
I found an article I wrote on Triond conveninetly ranking quite well for a term I have just written on HP.I want to link from Triond to HP - but I would also link to insert my tracker.If I type the URL onto Triond with the hyperlink does it still register as a backlink or does Google look at it as...
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