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    Anyone else thinking of using Quick Read codes in advertising? As an example, the one in this poster takes you to a youTube of me playing "Tea for Two." On the assumption that people who would like me can check it out and go "I like him."

     

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    ... But if it's all about familiarity, then maybe I should avoid rooms that hire guitars. There's no point in doing Creedence, Zep, Buffet, etc. all night.

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    That's a cool ad. I like it.

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    • pogo97
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      toober wrote:
      That's a cool ad. I like it.

      Thanks. I kind of lucked out on a sheet music cover where a qr code would work. After I made up this one, I thought I might try a series of similar posters with the qr code worked into them, so I looked at a pile (thousands actually) of covers around the internet, but mostly it would just look stupid.

      Now I just need to record a youTube of me playing "Me & My Shadow."


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    I hadn't heard the full name of QR codes before. I've used them for flyers, and saw a handful of views on nights I passed them out for the bands. It's easy enough.
    Free prog-related metal from Michigan.

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    • pogo97
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      It's dead easy. What I don't know, though, is whether anyone actually pulls out their iPhone and scans them.













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