just on cnbc where in the course of discussing new epa rules they talked about QR codes being on all car stickers so you can in this instance learn more about emission standards etc for the car you are considering buying... just another way QR codes are being used by entities
Another reason why the opt in coupon type of deals are going to generate so much cash. People want the coupons and Augme knows who and what to send to each user. They are highly likely to use them and this converts in to dollars for Augme. They get 10% of each coupon used. Imagine what that number will be every week once it rolls out across thousands of products.
You clearly don't understand what you even invested in to have just made the following comment. I would strongly advise you that you should not own this stock. Seriously, you really have no business investing your money into companies you don't understand.
Clearly this is a rhetorical question Ariel. You're too smart for it not to be.
While this has been explained ad nauseum, QR codes are merely a link to a company's website. Without Augme's technology which adds function to website and allows for an interactive process and the targeting of content, there is virtually no value to them. Augme is what essentially creates the value behind the QR codes.
Will Augme benefit from their growth? Have you really taken a moment and looked at the company's client list? Not only does it clearly answer your question, but it would seem to speak on its own.
I'd ask you one simple question, why do you think all of these top major corporations, with literally thousands of individual brands under their corporate umbrella, are working with Augme? Between us, can you imagine a single better validation of Augme's technology than this list?
Abbott Laboratories Allergan, Inc. Bayer AG Boehringer Ingelheim Corporation Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Genentech; division of Roche Holding AG Johnson & Johnson; Ortho-McNeil-Jansen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. divisions Pfizer Inc. PSKW, LLC, for Shire PLC
Consumer Product Goods
Coca-Cola Company; Honest Tea division Colgate-Palmolive Company Conair Corporation Delverde Industrie Alimentari S.P.A. Kellogg Company Kimberly-Clark Corporation Kraft Foods Inc. The Clorox Company
Capital One Financial Corp. Constellation Brands, Inc. Graphic Packaging, Inc. Inmar, Inc. Javelin Marketing Group, for AT&T / HBO, division of Time Warner Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. Mister Landscaper, Inc., for Loews Corporation distribution Natrol, Inc. News America Marketing; division of News Corp. Newsday LLC Omnicom; PHD division, for HBO, division of Time Warner Oracle Corporation Scanbuy, Inc., for Diageo Springer Mountain Farms, for Major League Baseball THQ Inc. Ubisoft Entertainment / Gamestop Corp. Ventura, Inc., for Sports Illustrated