Tag Archives: QR Codes


New kid on the block

Posted on 15. Aug, 2012 by .


Some months back I wrote about “Snap tags, being a QR code killer” following that one of my colleagues wrote a post on this some time back about the benefits of “NFC mobile ”. Since then it would appear that all the way from Korea there has been more devising developments in sending an electrical signal from [...]

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Snap Tags, A QR Code KILLER?

Posted on 17. Jan, 2012 by .


You may remember a few weeks back my QR Code blog in the advent calendar mentioned Snap Tags. “What is a SnapTag I hear you ask? Well, they are the new slightly younger sexier version of QR-Codes. Still interested? Then keep on reading! Snap Tags Snap Tags like QR codes do a fantastic job of [...]

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No. 18 – SEO Advent Calendar

Posted on 18. Dec, 2011 by .


Day 18 of the bigmouthmedia SEO Advent Calendar – and today’s daily treat is more about QR-Codes – what are they and how to optimise them. You can read day 17 here. QR Codes and Snaptags QR-Codes (short for Quick Response Codes) are two dimensional barcodes that were originally created by car manufacturer Toyota subsidiary, Denso-Wave [...]

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Poor QR Code Placement

5 Reasons QR codes won’t be around in 12 Months

Posted on 16. Sep, 2011 by .


I keep reading articles about how QR codes are coming of age, and their usage is growing. But I can’t help sitting back and thinking “really?“. For the last few years I have been a huge QR code advocate, and I can see the benefits of QR codes for integrating offline and online marketing campaigns.  Since the [...]

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The Future of Search?

Posted on 18. Apr, 2011 by .


Since the start of 2011 a lot has changed in the world of search. Many of these changes are likely to shape SEO and PPC strategies for the next few years, and have already started to impact current strategies. Being part of the bigmouthmedia DNA, I know we continually get asked “where is search heading?” [...]

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