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We promise to keep this blog filled with interesting items on all things QR Code related.
The Rochester Jazz Festival took place this year June 11th through the 19th. Attendees had the opportunity to enjoy live music — and they also were able to experience how QR Codes can help provide benefits in day-to-day activities.
One of our customers worked with the organizers to place QR Codes throughout the festival. Below [...]
In a recent issue of the Boston Globe Newspaper,QR Codes were spotted! The QR Codes were part of a large advertisement for Canada. Beside the photos and articles the QR Codes were defiantly what caught our eyes. Watch the video below to learn more about the what these QR Codes had to offer.
Recently returning from the MFSA Annual Conference we can assure you that QR Codes made an appearance at the show.
On Friday night at the MFSA Dine Around event, interlinkONE sponsored one of the rooms and QR Codes were defiantly part of the fun. QR Codes were featured on 2 of the posters that were displayed around [...]
Recently John Foley, Jr. CEO of interlinkONE, was traveling in New York City and spotted these advertisements. The QR Codes on the posters are promoting a dinosaur exhibit that is being held at Madison Square Garden.
Here are some of photo’s that John took of the advertisements.
We were very excited to see that this month’s issue of CANVAS magazine is all about QR Codes! The magazine is titled: “How to incorporate QR Codes into your marketing solutions”.
Inside the magazine we had an ad that featured a QR Code that when scanned it directed to QReateAndTrack.com. We also had some quotes from [...]
interlinkONE is happy to announce the release of our most recent White Paper, “Using QR Codes to Reach the Busy, Mobile Consumer” by John Foley, Jr. CEO of interlinkONE.
This free publication is packed with information and examples on how companies can incorporate QR Codes into their marketing efforts.
Download this White Paper here.
We often receive questions about the ideal sizes for QR Codes. Since we use them on our own printed materials, we also spent a decent amount of time testing what works. We recently ran a test of a Website QR Code at 6 different sizes. We used 4 different readers to see what kind of [...]
QR Codes made a big statement through a few major U.S. Cities over the weekend.
If you happened to see the New York Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, the Boston Globe or the San Francisco Chronicle, you may have noticed the “This is Canada” campaign. QR Codes were used throughout the printed materials to help people [...]
Will QR Codes reach a tipping point in the United States? WhatTheyThink.com does a nice job weighing in on topic today. (FYI, It’s a premium article)
As mainstream America becomes exposed to them, the awareness and usage will certainly increase.
This is a great example of how they are starting to be pushed to the masses. This [...]
While getting a few items at the supermarket this past weekend for a Memorial Day cookout, I was quite happy to run into a 2d barcode! Where was it? It was stuck on each of the whole chickens.
The sticker contains text that asks people to scan the code and donate to the breast cancer foundation. [...]