Friday, March 30, 2012

Charity Navigator's QR Code


 

I'm having a little fun on this Friday learning how to use and make QR codes. If I did it right, this one should send you to our website (www.charitynavigator.org). We hope you'll give it a try (do let us know if it doesn't work) and share it. Meanwhile, we will continue to explore new and fun ways to make use of this technology.

4 comments :

D400Y400 said...

Have you tried http://www.freeqrcodetracker.com yet? Its completely free to use and you can generate and track qr codes, and they do free tracking built in. Really easy to use. Clearest reports around by far.

For QR design inspiration look at hundreds of examples of stunning customised QR code designs from around the world at http://blog.freeqrcodetracker.comqq

Unknown said...

The free web application offered by www.learniply.com allows you to create mobile web pages and generate QR Codes that you can place anywhere - from art galleries and museums to restaurants and coffee shops - allowing anyone with a smartphone to locate the mobile web page that you just created. This web page is created and hosted through your free Learniply account.

Unknown said...

I'd like to invite you to check out http://www.sparqcode.com. We are a mobile marketing company that specializes in QR codes. More than that, we specialize in mobile-optimized websites. It's much more effective to send a consumer to a mobile-optimized website than to a normal website because the normal website (especially for Charity Navigator) looks cluttered on a cell phone screen and is difficult to navigate. By using a mobile-optimized page, which we call SPARQ.MEs, you can drive actions such as donations, Facebook likes, and more. We have some free services available as well.

Sonu Kumar said...

QR Codes is short for Quick Response (they can be read quickly by a cell phone). They are used to take a piece of information from a transitory media and put it in to your cell phone.