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Public And Police Use QR Codes


This is nothing new…political candidates make use of online social media all the time. Well, since a couple of years ago, at least. It is, by far, the easiest, fastest and free-est way of all, so of course, political candidates would use it to win in votes. So, Selectman John Anderson has his own Facebook page all set up and ready to do too. Nothing new. But Anderson’s gone ahead and added something else to it…something that is also completely free of charge.

Yup. You are right. A QR Code.

If you are new to QR Codes, go ahead and read some of the articles that we have here on this website and you will soon know everything there is to know about QR Codes and how it works. We even have an article right here that tells you a little bit more about the technology and for those of you who are itching to create your own QR Code for your own marketing campaign, Facebook or Twitter accounts or just for fun, you can use our absolutely free QR Code generator here. Readers who are also into online marketing, please do feel free to check out our QR Code tracking tool – It helps you create QR Codes and then measure the effectiveness of the campaign easily and LIVE.

And back to John Anderson who is standing for election. Yes, he has created a QR Code page for himself and what he plans to do with the code is to lead mobile phone users to his Facebook page where he will update regularly. He will be reviewing…well, someone will if he isn’t going to…the feedback and comments provided by the public on the Facebook account, he reported.

Well, John Anderson isn’t the only one using QR Codes to connect with the general public, it was found that the police force in Stoughton Police is also utilizing QR Codes to get feedback and track patrolling police as well. The QR Codes can be found on police patrol cars.

In the news, I caught wind of some skeptical feedback about ‘why are QR Codes still around’…it is of no surprise there. Skeptics will be skeptics. But don’t you just love them? Entertaining.

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2 Responses to Public And Police Use QR Codes

  1. vlad March 6, 2012, 2:38 pm

    QR code is a great invention people made. I’m making mobile apps currently and find it really cool to implement QR codes into them. I’m amazed at QR code coupons Snappii app builder allows to create. They are really helpful for small businesses.

  2. marsha March 7, 2012, 2:13 am

    Yeah, it’s really cool and it’s sad that some skeptics continue to be skeptics. Let cool be cool, I always say, and you’re cool!

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