Why It Is Still Too Early To Write-Off QR Codes

Why It Is Still Too Early To Write-Off QR Codes

Why It Is Still Too Early To Write-Off QR Codes | QR4U.in

Have you noticed recently the abundance of QR code marketing hate out there? Don’t get me wrong, there has always been QR code haters, but recently it seems like these numbers are starting to multiply at an alarming rate. I can understand the hate towards the design aspects (design is always subjective), but you’ve gotta be stupid to think that marketing through QR codes isn’t here to stay, in a big way.

Source: Why You Think QR Codes Suck and Why You’re Stupid | Mobile Marketing Watch


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