Below are ten of our most popular articles on barcode.com from 2013. The most popular articles have been posted longer, and have thus gotten more hits, but it's a pretty good representation and we think you'll enjoy the content.
A ShopSavvy founder discusses their mobile app and what makes it a success. Read about their current and future challenges and see what's in store for ShopSavvy.
Electronic Imaging Materials (EIM) produces a rap video about bar codes. Watch the video and read about EIM in this article.
What makes a successful QR code campaign? Are QR codes on their way out? The CEO of Scanbuy explains what goes into a successful QR code campaign and gives insight into how Scanbuy works.
This article lays out several things to consider when designing a bar code to place on packaging. Get it right the first time.
What are bar code quiet zones? Read about them here, and see several examples illustrating proper quiet zones.
This article explores the sustainabilty of Neomedia's approach of negotiating licensing agreements. Read about how patent battles can ruin reputations and business relationships.
The bold force of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) is discussed here. Read about what characterizes these movements and why they are important.
This article details an exceptional example of a QR code campaign: Heinz’s campaign to thank veterans and support The Wounded Warrior Project. Find out what makes this campaign a success.
This article explores why QR code campaigns fail: it is most often because of lack of value, or the perceived lack of value, fesulting from scanning the code. Read some suggestions on how to make your campaign more compelling.
Our most read article explains that bar codes are important, and just as important is the need to test them. Learn how to test your bar codes with these pointers on what to do and not to do.
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