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Archive for June, 2012

Create your own QRcard with ScanLife 4.2

With ScanLife 4.2, you now have the ability to create your personal contact code, or as we like to call it – “QRcard”. Just click “My QRcard” in the “More” tab, enter your contact details and voila! Your very own QRcard is ready to be scanned and shared with anyone. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Filed under: App News
  • Certain trade shows have become a must for any self-respecting marketer seeking to keep on top of the latest innovations. Marketing Week Live, one of the largest trade shows in Europe, occurs in London every year during June. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Filed under: Events, Press
  • Your QR Code May Have Said Too Much

    Some online code generators give you the basics, but there is a big catch – anyone can see it! This practice provides detailed intelligence to your competition, like which products or promotions are being scanned on which days, making it easier for others to learn from your success. Read the rest of this entry »

    Coke uses QR Codes to Kick Off the Euro Cup

    To promote the popular EURO 2012 Tournament, Coca Cola has been using ScanLife powered QR Codes on millions of packages throughout Spain. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Filed under: Marketing, Packaging, Spain
  • London is Calling – for QR Codes

    This year, the London summer Olympics will feature QR codes that will link spectators to mobile sites featuring Olympic gear, important information and more. Get your QR code news and more from ScanLife. Read the rest of this entry »

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