I too have balked at using QR codes, mainly because I forget they have been invented -- an easy thing to do when living in a rural area. That said, I think it's time for thrift to trump any social hesitance or wish not to appear foolish in public. I'm going to imagine I'm Nicole and let the world wonder why I'm aiming my cellphone at magazines, newspapers, packages, whatever.
Then I'm going to keep a tally of the savings I achieve and report back. Stay tuned!
Are you going to allow the great technological unwashed to determine your actions? If you want to matter, march to the beat of Thoreau's different drummer and snap those QR codes! Let the gibbering masses stare in uncomprehending wonder at your sophisticated actions.
Maybe this is just because I am a socially awkward weirdo, but one of the reasons I don't scan the QR codes I see in public places is because I feel stupid doing it. (I know I'm not a "college kid," but I still matter, right?)
Businesses helped neighbors with Internet access and mobile device charge-ups during Sandra. Following that example, enterprises should consider preparing Internet disaster plans to help the public during disasters.
You've heard the expression, "Out of the frying pan, into the fire?" Amazon lives in the fire. The e-tailer wins by keeping things hot for its competitors, employees, and itself, according to a new book.
Edmunds separates customers into segments based on the info it collects on its site and from partners, and uses that to push out custom content, said Brian Baron, director of business analytics for Edmunds.com, at Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
The automotive website uses propensity modeling to target ads and customer registration forms, said Brian Baron, director of business analytics for Edmunds.com, at Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
The automotive website uses propensity modeling of customer behavior to convert more site visitors into leads, says Brian Baron, director of business analytics, in an interview at the Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit.
A survey by JD Powers found that customer interest in product features is lessening as phones evolve. Rather than features, price is driving purchases, and that change could have a dramatic impact on how IT departments secure these devices.
Recently, Amazon was recognized for its customer satisfaction excellence. It has made no secret that being customer-centric is a primary goal. This should be the goal of every e-tailer that wants to build market share.
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