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QRlicious Make Custom QR Codes Easy

If you’re after a custom QR code you need look no further than QRlicious. Logos, branding, colors, and cool graphic effects that your customers won’t be able to resist scanning. And if you have a QR Stuff subscription (even a 24 hour $3.95 subscription) here’s how easy it is to create your QR code and get it […]

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QR Code Minimum Size

In my previous post,  What Size Should A Printed QR Code Be, I mentioned that it wasn’t the size of the QR code image that determined the minimum size at which a QR code could be scanned, it was actually the size of the modules (the little black squares) that make up the QR code image. If the size […]

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Password Protected QR Codes

There’s always been a need to password protect web content for security or privacy, but with QR codes being, by their very nature, very public, password protecting the QR code itself to limit access to the content it links to can add a “softer” security layer to that content. “Locking down” the content with a password […]

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Using Google Analytics With QR Codes

As QR code use and implementation becomes more sophisticated, the reasons for having your own URL in the QR code, rather than a URL provided by an external shortening service, become more compelling: You want your customer to have the confidence of seeing your branded website address when their scanning app asks them if they […]

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What Size Should A Printed QR Code Be?

When a QR code is published it should be of a size that’s appropriate for the scanning environment where it’s located. The finished printed size of the QR code is dependent on: The distance between the QR code and the scanning device – which determines the size of the QR code in the viewport of […]

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