FPPT Introduces QR Code Plugin for PowerPoint Presentations Subtitle: (Engage the Audience, Gain Commitment, Great for Contact Slides)

Top Quote Just recently Fppt.com finally got its QR Code Plugin for PowerPoint ready and available for FREE (ad supported). End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 29, 2011 - As promised in their FPPT official blog few months ago, they will look for ways where to use these very popular "Quick Response" Codes in PowerPoint to make every PowerPoint presentation effective in engaging audience for future business opportunities or marketing purposes.

    FPPT QR Code Addin is a free plugin for PowerPoint that anyone can use to create QR Codes and embed into the PowerPoint slides for a more engaging presentation. Audience can easily scan the QR Codes using smartphones to know more about the company information, product references, contact details, or link to a source document. This QR Code Addin for PowerPoint will help PowerPoint presenters realize how effective or engaging their presentations are and somehow measure the audiences' commitment. This QR Code Addin by FPPT can help generate SMS QR Code, a web address QR Code (to embed a web page), a vCard QR Code (for contact information), or any other free data. "This QR Code is another way to engage your audience and is great for contact slides or product references", according to FPPT.com That's a really good technique to engage audience and to know who is paying attention to presentation content.

    What are QR Codes?
    "Quick Response" Codes or QR Codes are simply barcodes developed by the Japanese Company DENSO Wave, and have pushed content sharing via scanning to a whole new level. QR codes according to Mashable, the leading digital blog, are an alternative means for information dissemination and faster service. Companies such as JC Penney and Starbucks are among those US companies who already have taken the QR plunge. These QR codes are now becoming widely adopted since smartphones can read them easily by just scanning an image. There have been around 14 million people who scanned QR codes for whatever reason in June 2011 as posted in Mashable. Also, a research study shows that 5% of American adults scan 2D barcodes including QR codes, an increase of 1% from last year. Other countries that are popular in using QR codes are UK, France, Spain, and Sweden. Companies use QR codes to advertise their brands, products and services such as mobile boarding passes for airlines.

    Download FPPT QR Code Addin for PowerPoint Presentations
    The page or link source where anyone can download the FPPT QR Code Addin is http://www.fppt.com/qrcode or thru FPPT page http://www.free-power-point-templates.com/articles/qr-code-addin-powerpoint where a simple, direct instruction on how to download, how to install, and how to use the QR Code Plugin is available.

    A QR Code PowerPoint template for barcode related business or classroom PowerPoint presentation is available and downloadable for free by Fppt.com Their website address http://www.free-power-point-templates.com is packed with more than a thousand free PowerPoint presentation templates covering all subjects and themes such as business PowerPoint, medical PowerPoint, educational, and more! No registration needed.

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