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Have you ever wondered whether shortened hyperlinks are “safe”…? Why they’re used…? How you can use them…?

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Because QR codes scan faster from a short hyperlink and Tweets have a 140 character limit – including hyperlinks.  It doesn’t make sense (in Twitter) to ‘spend’ more than you need to of your allowable 140 characters on a long hyperlink.

For example: here’s the 87 character hyperlink requesting a opcje binarne ile można zarobić HaloBiz Social Media Audit for your website:  opcje binarne szkolenie http://halobiz.us2.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=6bb2641a819ee964920085ab8&id=9e331f7fb6 – as you can see – it’s a bit of a mouthful.  And here’s its 26 character equivalent:  http://robertstillman.com/?delimitarizaciya=sind-bin%C3%A4re-optionen-seri%C3%B6s sind binäre optionen seriös http://tinyurl.com/aj9os89.  Both of these (re)direct to the same online request form destination.

There’re a few (free) hyperlink shortening services available – we like tinyurl.com.  Googling “hyperlink shortening services” will show you others.

Are shortened hyperlinks safe…?

Like everything else on the Internet, some sites are safe, some aren’t.  It’s crucial you keep your virus scanning programs current and up-to-date on all your devices.   Similarly, it’s important (if you’re a PC user) that you make sure all your Windows security updates are current.  Yes!  Sometimes a Windows update struts its stuff at the most inopportune & inconvenient time… but it’d be a lot more inconvenient if you were infected with a malware bot that wiped your entire hard drive or something equally nasty.

How can you use shortened hyperlinks…?

If you’re thinking of using binary options 500plus QR Codes in your business then we’d strongly recommend you shorten the embedded link.  This will make scanning your QR Codes faster and result in less ‘quit’ (or abandon) time (remember: short attention spans are just getting shorter).

Similarly, if you use Twitter to help promote reports, articles, product reviews, etc, shortening a link would be essential if you want to include some ‘commentary’ in your Tweet.

Your experience…?

As always, we enjoy reading about your experience – so please don’t be backwards in coming forwards – let us know through your ‘comments’ below.

What’s a QR Code…?

HaloBiz QR Code

HaloBiz example of a QR code

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Where do you get the QR Code app…?

As you’ll probably already know by now, not all apps are created equal and not all apps work on all devices.

Probably one of the easiest ways to do this is courtesy of Vodafone NZ – simply txt “ Köpa Viagra Vadstena QR” to come imparare a fare trading 710.  Follow the links in the reply to find the best one for your smartphone.  You don’t need to be a Vodafone customer to do this but you do need a data connection.

Alternatively, you’ll be able to find an app in the shop applicable to your device.

Where do you get the QR Code generator…?

Firstly, you can create a B&W QR Code for free.  Browsing “QR Code Generator” will bring up squillions of results.  Depending on what you want to do with your QR Code (ie, measure & track it, change its colour, add your logo, etc) means you need to be a bit more selective in which generator you use.

If you want to get more sophisticated with your QR Code (eg, logo) expect to pay.

So how can your business incorporate QR codes into its marketing mix…?

Given, I usually describe börse demokonto QR codes as taking the offline world to the online one through a simple scan of a smartphone, the way you can incorporate a QR code really is only limited by your imagination.

Here’re a few examples:

Menus - on printed material linking to your latest menu (which is linked to a page on your website).

Like us on Facebook – wherever you invite people to like you, make it easy for them by linking them directly to your Facebook page URL.

Follow us on Twitter – ditto for Facebook.

Signup forms – sign up for your free newsletter, report, analysis, etc

A couple of year’s ago I (Julie South) was interviewed on TV about QR Codes.  This video shows how to scan QR Codes and where to get more info.

As always, we’re really interested in what you’ve got to say, so please don’t be backwards in coming forwards!