Founder Momentum Core
Expertise: Computer Games, Program Development
Allan Clinton to FollowersPlay Mosquito Hood malaria awareness game on Momentum Core's official site: http://www.momentumcore.com/games.html
Mosquito is a fast paced 2D casual game. The camera follows the player above them. Players take the role of householders trying to eradicate malaria by spraying mosquitoes. Players play in sprite levels, scoring points for proceeding to other levels, and for achieving the game’s goal. The objective is to complete the final level and unlock a real bed net to be distributed in Africa. It is a fun, easy to learn game.
Allan Clinton to FollowersBlood Match by Scan Response:
Allan ClintonOur services isn't just to make QR Codes, we also offer clients real time analytics of how effective the QR Codes are to their respective campaigns. These services are what bring about the cost. In Kenya the number of people with smartphones is reasonably good, an example is the ideos which is very popular among Kenyans.
Below is the description of other services we offer rather than QR Code generation.
1. Trackable QR Codes
Generate trackable barcodes in many colours, sizes and formats such as EPS, SVG, JPG, PNG, GIF and PDF. You have the option to use a vanity URL and URL shortening.
2. Real Time Editing
Editing the destination URL anytime without changing the QR Code or schedule the redirection to take place after a future date or number of scans.
3. Detailed Analytics
Real time analytics reports. These include scans, location, unique scans and landing page engagement reports such as time on site, page views and bounce rate.
4. Multiple Traffic Tracking
Track traffic from other sources such as Facebook, Twitter, SMS, email and NFC (Near Field Communication).
5. Non-Trackable QR Codes
Generate static vCards, meCards, SMS QR Codes, etc. and have them saved to your account.
6. Number of Campaigns
Create campaigns for your mobile website, Facebook page or Smart phone Application (app).
7. Bulk Code Generation
Creating many QR codes at once. Export them in bulk too. These include campaign barcodes, vCards/meCards, Event QR Codes and QR Codes for PURL campaigns.
8. Number of Sub-Users
Add users to your own account. Each user gets their own private reports.
9. API Access
The API gives you access to campaign creation, subuser account creation and reporting.
10. Campaign Email Notification
Regular emails get sent to you with a snapshot of the reports as people scan your QR Code.
Allan Clinton to FollowersPublishers Campaigns with QR Codes
Offline publishers use Scan Response 2D QR codes to provide additional interactive content to supplement their published content. This allows publishers to engage their audience in more meaningful ways wh
ile providing useful content such as updates, insights or expansion on a particular topic. You can even sell additional content!
To convert your content from static to highly interactive using 2D QR codes, contact us here(http://scanresponse.net23.net/contact.html) or Get Started Now(http://scanresponse.net23.net/start.html)
Allan Clinton to Followers5 Reasons QR Code Marketing Is Broken (and How to Fix It)
For years now, marketers, businesses and, well, everybody have touted QR codes as the next big thing. That’s largely because QR codes offered a glimmer of the future, a way to bring physical interactions into the much more malleable (and trackable) digital space. But despite the overwhelming push by marketers to stick a QR code on anything they are publishing, marketing, and eating (yes, eating), there’s been increasing skepticism about its real-world use.
1. Worthless Content
From a marketing perspective, QR codes offer obvious value and they’re easy to create, cheap, trackable, and open up a world of possibilities for consumer-product interactions. From the consumer side, however, the value is not as clear. Scanning a code is cumbersome and costs the consumer time and effort. Plus, its value is unknown. Worse still, 90% of the time it’s a link to a website not optimized for mobile. Now you’ve frustrated the consumer and wasted their time, which creates negative sentiment.
This is why you must provide the consumer with a valuable reason to scan the code. Consider a significant discount, the first chapters of a book, a free drink at the bar, even a space-specific YouTube video. What you don’t do is use it as a link to your website or Facebook page. That will only annoy your customer.
2. Consumer Awareness
The biggest problem that QR codes have is that consumers consistently have demonstrated that they don’t have a clue what they are. An ArchRival study of college students found that out of 534 of our nation’s best and brightest, 78.5% didn’t know how to scan a QR code.
Marketers are so excited by the potential and intrigued by the concept that they’ve totally forgotten that consumers are not marketers. Marketers watch ads, click sponsored tweets, and yes, scan QR codes because they have a natural curiosity and passion for brand marketing. But the average consumer needs a marketer to outline to them what action it is they are supposed to take. When it comes to a QR code that means tell them what it is.
Consider including a simple list of instructions with a recommended app spelling out how to use the code itself. If you coupled that with compelling content, you’ll introduce consumers to the concept of QR codes as well as how to take advantage of them.
3. Value as a Medium
The other consideration that is often ignored is the intrinsic value of the code as a piece of media itself. More often than not, QR codes are used as a simple link to a company website or specific landing page. The thought process being that it saves users the trouble of entering a complicated URL. This would be true if all a user had to do was wave their device over the code.
However, let’s consider the user’s side of things. In order to scan a barcode, a user has to: 1. Get out their phone; 2. Unlock their phone; 3. Boot the app; 4. Get the code in focus and scan it. This is assuming they already have an app that scans barcodes. For most users, it’s faster to just search Google for whatever the code is giving them a shortcut to.
To address this issue, use a six-to-ten-second guide as a rule of thumb for determining usefulness. If you’re not saving your target at least that much time, scrap the code.
4. Location, Location, Location
Location is another important consideration. QR codes are showing up everywhere, on everything, with seemingly zero thought about context. (For some interesting use-cases, check out WTFQRCODES.) For instance, besides being impossible to scan, QR codes on highway billboards are dangerous and waste valuable visual real estate. A shortened URL, especially one created with a vanity URL shortener, would be easier and more effective.
Likewise, QR codes on company vehicles don’t really make much of an impact either, and those are mostly going to be parked directly outside of your business anyways. And QR codes on subway ads are useless too since there’s no data connection for users to load your page. The examples only get stranger from there.
The best solution is to walk through your implementation in a real-world scenario to make sure it will actually be useable.
QR codes are ugly. Worse still, they’re indistinguishable from codes used for industrial purposes. So a code on a product can be misinterpreted as a tracking barcode instead of a marketing outlet. The good news is they don’t have to be ugly.
With a little Photoshop, you can round off the corners of the ugly blocks, giving a sleek feel to the code, and it will still scan. You can also generate codes with up to 30% redundancy, meaning you can remove 30% of the code and instead put your company logo or information about what it unlocks directly into the code. Use a URL shortener to make the code even more manageable and trackable in tools like Google Analytics.
Allan Clinton to FollowersScan Response can complement your fundraising efforts by creating a mobile enabled donation process whereby supporters may choose to donate right now, on the spot using their mobile smart phone.
This donation process allows your charitable organization to improve fundraising results by providing a timely and simple method of accepting donations, even during an event presentation. Using their smart phones, guests simply scan strategically placed QR codes to access the donation site enacting a simple process to complete the donation.
Allan Clinton to FollowersThis is an invitation link to follow Scan Response at humanipo
Allan Clinton to FollowersDownload Campaigns with QR Codes
Content owners such as writers or musicians can utilize Scan Response 2D QR codes to enable immediate access to their content by mobile users who are out and about. A unique QR code is generated for each item allowing analytics and download statistics to be tracked.
The types of digital content can include, video, audio, digital wallpaper and images, etc.
Allan ClintonWe plan to start in September, we target publishers, realtors, artists, digital content managers, restaurants, stores, manufacturers, malls, event organizers, charities, governments and non governmental organizations.
You can also check out these two videos on youtube:
About QR Codes: http://youtu.be/Y_WvSdfDlhI
Blood Match: One of our projects that we plan we plan to partner with Hospitals and Government.:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXqihsVaniI