You hit the nail on the head, Rachel. You need a great strategy (if you know what you are doing) and with any marketing - a targeted and captive market.
And if you don’t know what you are doing you’ll need to pay someone who does! (Like you Rachel!) Therefore most people use them poorly and with that, they’ve garnered a bad rep.
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On 17 June 2014 12:12, Angel Kwiatkowski [email protected] wrote:
Not useful. My main gripe with them is how freaking ugly they are. It ruins a visual brand.
On Monday, June 16, 2014 11:51:21 AM UTC-6, Ender Baykal wrote:
Hope you all had a good weekend. We, as Indiegrove attended to the Small Business Expo on last Thursday and it was very good. In one of those presentations during the Expo, using QR codes behind the business or postcards would be very useful said the speaker. I am not sure how right he is and that’s why I opened this discussion. What do you think about using QR codes when it comes to selling the coworking ? I don’t think a fair amount of people use the QR codes nowadays, it’s just not easy to use in my view. All comments/suggestions are welcomed.
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