Interactive Print Survey Results
Over the last couple of weeks I have been speaking to clients as well as asking people who use, or are interested in using interactive print, that way I can make sure that I gathered as much information as I could about what people really want to know when it come to all formats of interactive print, whether using augmented reality, QR codes, digital watermarks and even NFC.
Well to all those people that I spoke to, heard form and that completed the survey I must say a big thank you and if you haven’t yet and still want to contribute to the research then feel free to do it from the survey, as having more information, feedback and insight in to what you want is going to help everybody.
Anyway, the end result is that I have created a series of free training videos to help as many people as I can, based on this research, because there’s nothing more frustrating to me than to see people do a poor job of interactive print, or not take advantage of what it can do and as much as I would love to work “one-to-one” with everybody who wants to do it right, I appreciate this is…
A) Not realistic.
B) Not possible.
C) Not going to help others with limited budgets or who want to learn to do things themselves.
So as we near the end of 2013, the chances are you would like to make the most of the marketing, advertising and PR opportunities left this year and make sure that 2014 is even better and so the first of several completely free training videos can be watched by clicking here.
So if a better return on your print investment, then go ahead and get started, because with no cost and no commitments, all you need to do is invest a few minutes of your time and I know you will learn about opportunities you are missing out on just in this first video.
So let’s get started.
Just to remind you this video training is completely free, no sales pitch and will certainly not encourage you to spend money (unless you want to of course) as what I am sharing with you in the video can be done for free, today if you want!
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