Date: September 8th, 2012 | Author: Steve Longoria | Tags: Mobile Website, Plugin, QR Code, Web Design, Wordpress, WPtouch | 1 Comment »
I had tried out a different mobile site solution a while back (sorry, I can’t remember the name) and I found that it was not formatting images and videos properly. So, after surfing the web for a couple hours, looking for an alternative, I decided to give WPtouch a shot. They have a FREE option so how I could I resist?
Uploading the plugin was easy, there was nothing special required, you just upload the zip file. After that, you simply activate and play around with a few settings to customize the look and feel. That’s it!
Do you want to see how it turned out? Just visit TrueWebPresence.com on your phone or scan the QR code below.
Love it or hate it, let me know by leaving a comment below.
Date: November 12th, 2011 | Author: Steve Longoria | Tags: Android, iPhone, Mobile Marketing, QR Code | No Comments »
Even if you believe that QR codes are going to soon be forgotten, why not test them out in your business first and let the results speak for themselves. They’re so cheap and simple to implement that you really have no reason not to play around with them. I’m personally going to put one on the back of my business card next time I print some more.
Rebekah Henson from Aweber shares 3 ways you can implement QR codes into your business:
“QR codes are powerful little marketing tools. These 2D barcodes bridge the gap between the real world and mobile Internet, allowing customers to interact with your content in new ways.
We showed you how to build your email list offline with QR codes that link to your web form. Here are some best practices to keep in mind, along with some other ways that QR codes can supplement your email marketing.
Best Practice #1: Use For Offline Marketing
QR codes boil down to ease of use.
Through the magic of QR codes, consumers can interact with your brand in unexpected places. Mobile web means they can explore your content away from their home computer.
That’s why QR codes make the most sense in print – on billboards, stickers, fliers, signs, business cards, in magazines, anywhere people might see them on the go. The point is to drive them to your mobile site to make a purchase, join your mailing list, download a coupon, find out more about your business or something else that makes their…” [Read More]