Take the Survey of Legal Marketers and Lawyers about use of QR codes

Larry bodine qr codeWhether you know what a QR code is or not (see mine at right), I recommend you take the survey of legal marketers and attorneys to learn about the adoption and use of QR codes.

It takes 5 minutes and participating means you get to find out the results.

A QR code can hold any kind of information - a bio, a v-card, or in my case, a custom Google search. You read them by using your smart phone, starting a QR code app, and taking a picture of the code. The app reveals the information.

I got my free QR code at Vizbility.com. Not only did I choose the search terms that the Google search uses about, but I got the QR graphic that I've printed on my business cards. I also use the QR code on my website.

Lawyers are putting QR codes on their business cards at the following firms -- to name a few:

  • Odin, Feldman & Pittleman in Fairfax, VA
  • Sherin and Lodgen in Boston
  • Duane Morris in Philadelphia
  • Novak Druce in Houston

Tully Rinckey of Albany, NY, and Goulston & Storrs of Boston are putting QR codes in their advertisements.

Get your own free QR code at http://vizibility.com/P/bb004ba6dc464d2ab518704fc6702ac7  And don't forget to take the survey.

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