Direct more customers to your web site with a QR Code
9th December 2011
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Does YOUR business have a QR code on display for your customers to quickly access information that you want them to know?

If not, why not?

It's the quickest and easiest thing to do - really.

A quick Response code looks like a square bar code and you'll have seen them in shop windows, in newspapers and magazines.

Each individual QR code guides you to a specific web page and works when it is read by a QR reader (downloaded for free) on your phone.

The QR code is a collection of black shapes arranged in a square on a white background and was created by Toyota subsidiary Denso Wave in 1994. Intially, the codes were used to track parts in the car manufacture process, but its use quickly spread acros Japan and the world.

Today, the United Kingdom is the seventh-largest consumer of QR codes in the world.

Want to know more? Create your own QR code by clicking here

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Hilary R

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Writer and sax player. Brought up in Hitchin and - apart from uni and some ensuing madness of life in London - I've always lived here.

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