Sportsgirl use QR codes for Window Shopping

Author: | Posted: July 31st, 2012 | Category: Video | No Comments »
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Sportsgirl, an Australian multichannel retailer, has launched a window shop with QR codes. Sportsgirl products are displayed on the shopfront’s windows, and customers can scan the product’s QR code with their smartphone or iPad to make an immediate purchase. It is a true 24/7 shopping experience which can be updated to feature the latest styles and providing customers with a greater choice nationwide.

“We bring the shopping experience to life,” says Prue Thomas, Strategic Brand Manager for Sportsgirl. “It’s about being able to engage with your customer in a meaningful way in their environment.”


Use QR code for Facebook Like Promo

Author: | Posted: July 27th, 2011 | Category: Tips | 1 Comment »
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Arda Beach QR Code Facebook Like

One of the services we offer you is the creation of QR codes for Liking Facebook Fan pages. Looking at our stats I can say these QR codes are the most created ones and it makes sense when you have in mind the 750+ million Facebook users. All industries (Retail, professional services, automotive, health care, hospitality, food, recreation, entertainment, education) are adopting QR codes for linking to Facebook for growing the Facebook fan base and to increase the number of Facebook product “Likes”. This is true because QR codes can be used to link the non-digital and digital everytime and everywhere.
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How Kum & Go use QR code for STORE WARS Promotion

Author: | Posted: June 28th, 2011 | Category: Case Studies | 3 Comments »
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Kum and Go Store Wars qr code closeup
Earlier this year a convenience store retailer sought to create an engaging way to interact with customers for their summer promotion and got it right – QR codes. Kum & Go, a convenience store chain with more than 400 stores in 11 states throughout the Midwest, used a QR code above their fountain drink area that when scanned, directed customers to a mobile version of the summer contest site.
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