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QR Codes for Congregations?

In the UU Growth Lab the question of QR Codes just came up.  You may have noticed these starting to show up EVERYWHERE.  QR Codes can be scanned by smart phones and used to direct mobile devices to a web address or decode a text message.  I’ve invited UU Growth Lab members Bridgette Collado and Rev. Eric Hausman to write a guest post on QR Codes for us.  Stay tuned for their post including a UU Growth QR Code challenge!

Below is an example of a QR Code. Click to see encoded URL.

Click to see what URL is encoded in this QR Code
Click to see what URL is encoded in this QR Code

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  1. QR Codes, Congregations and a UU Growth Challenge | The UU Growth Blog

    […] When Peter asked us to write a piece on QR code technology for The UU Growth Blog, we jumped at the chance to share a part of our regular discussion on religion and technology. There’s much abuzz about QR codes for use in “marketing” these days – in commercial marketing, non-profit and government marketing, and even in our very own UU Growth Lab on Facebook. […]

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