The QR Code Face Off of the Week: Big Pharma vs. Two Tech Companies
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The QR Code Face Off of the Week: Big Pharma vs. Two Tech Companies

We pitted three corporate giants against one another this week. Between Microsoft, Dassault Systemes and Boehringer Ingelheim, which company do you think did the best job with its mobile tag usage (QR Codes® vs. Microsoft Tag) and advertising composition (copy, layout, call to action)? Boehringer Ingelheim Gets Wordy Reading this ad makes me happy I...

Who Scans those Goofy Little Black Boxes Called QR Codes®?
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Who Scans those Goofy Little Black Boxes Called QR Codes®?

ComScore, a company that follows and measures the digital world, released a study that shows QR code®* users are skewed heavily to young, affluent men. ComScore’s research showed that in June 2011, more than 14 million U.S. mobile users scanned QR codes. Altogether, these mobile users make up 6.2 percent of the total mobile audience. Of...

QR Codes that Lead Prospects Down the Road to Abilene
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QR Codes that Lead Prospects Down the Road to Abilene

It still amazes me how much money marketing giants spend on flawed campaigns. This week I’m going to analyze three companies that ran a full page, full-color print ads with a strong call to actions that lead their prospects down “the road to Abilene”. The Abilene Paradox is when a group of people collectively decide...