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Promotional Idea

Hal, I got this from a mens’ rights forum.  The guy promotes his website/ideas by putting stickers everywhere with a “QR code”, which is readable by a smart phone.  I don’t have a smart phone myself so am behind the curve on all of this.  A QR code is one of these things, you’ve probably seen them around:

 http://images.fastcompany.com/upload/m.fastcompany.com-qrcode.png

 Here’s what the guy on the forum says:

 The way to promote it is to be subversive. My favorite is to get inkjet or laser labels and print QR codes onto them.

 The advantage to this is that

 1. Most young chaps have an iphone or Android with a scanner that will be able to read it.

2. Ordinary people who may have a vested interest in removing such contraband are less likely to and leave them there.

I’ve personally experienced this in one of the areas I went to where I put up QR codes linking to the misandry bubble. Stuck them up on the electric hand dryers in the men’s toilets. Came back a couple of weeks later and they were still there. Every one who goes into those toilets has the opportunity to see those things and if they have one of the above phones may be curious enough to scan them. There can be placed any where. A label 30x30mm will do the trick.

I try to leave them behind in any public toilet I use.

If someone knows how to make these code stickers, they can be put all over with the NWF website and be less likely to be removed as the guy says.

 

7 Comments


  1. NWAristocratClub
    Dec 19, 2012

    Harold

    After searching the internet, I found two websites that we may find useful.

    http://zxing.appspot.com/generator/

    http://qrcode.kaywa.com/

    Now, I hadn’t got the chance to use it, but its worth a try.

    NWAristocratClub


  2. J. C.
    Dec 20, 2012

    They are fairly easy to make and free just have to do a simple Google search for “make QR code”. I know a local Klan group that tried this but from what I hear it didn’t take off to well for them. We may have better luck though. Hell its worth a try at least.


  3. Dave Parker
    Dec 20, 2012

    I just tried it, and it worked when I scanned my computer screen.

    Dave


  4. Dave Parker
    Dec 20, 2012

    Try this one. I’m still waiting for my QR code reader app to install, so if it doesn’t work, go to:

    http://www.qrstuff.com/

    and try it out yourself.

    Dave


  5. Dave Dion
    Dec 20, 2012

    Here’s a site to make them .

    http://www.qurify.com/en/


  6. Will M.
    Dec 20, 2012

    On the business cards also. Great idea.


  7. Plasterman91
    Dec 20, 2012

    Here is the website to create those QR codes

    http://www.qrstuff.com/

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