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So it is time to order new business cards.
Audiences for oral presentations and poster sessions at academic conferences often want more information about a particular topic. One way to provide this, obviously, is to create printed flyers or brochures and hope that you’ve brought enough copies for everyone who’s interested.
Tags: Business - Automotive , Greg Gazin , Technology , Technology - Product Reviews June 21, 2011 EDMONTON, AB, June 21, 2011/ Troy Media/ – If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a QR Code can be worth tens of thousands or maybe even more.
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[ This is a guest post by Katy Meyers, a graduate student in the department of anthropology at Michigan State University. She also writes regularly on bioarchaeology and mortuary archaeology news at her site www.bonesdontlie.com ; you can follow her on Twitter: @bonesdonotlie . Katy's previous ProfHacker post was "Dawn of the Grad: Rules for Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse and Your First Year at Grad School."
The quick-response code is the hipster marketing must-have of the moment. Here's a look at what you'll need to get started.
QR, is already time to say goodbye?
We all know that one of the keys to great SEO is making sure you keep your website updated, new and fresh. Whether you do this with a blog, or you change your homepage with new offers, coupons or new products, it serves to show Google that your site is “alive.”
What are QR codes and how can they help your business?
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OKLAHOMA CITY (BP)--Recently the news has focused on how the use of smartphones has given a wake-up call to politicians as the phones have been instrumental changing politics in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya. But smartphones are not only toppling powerful dictators. Recently they also have been reported to have deposed another unchallenged king of the mountain: the personal computer.