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July 1, 2011

RGVPlus Introduces On-Site Advertising Displays with QR Codes

Maybe you have already seen or heard about businesses advertising on TVs in waiting rooms, restaurants and other public areas.  These on-site displays are an effective and affordable way to put your business in front of potential customers and be seen hundreds of times each day.

RGVPlus Media Marketing is always looking for ways to add a PLUS to traditional marketing efforts. We now take on-site displays to the next level with the addition of QR Codes.

What are QR Codes? Simply put, QR Codes are bar codes, just like the ones you see at the grocery store, but their design lets them hold much more information than normal bar codes.

What can QR Codes do?  These codes can now be used with cell phones to put your marketing message directly into the hand of your customers. Possible uses include:

  • Website Links – Send customers directly to your website where they could download a coupon, sign up for your newsletter, or find out more about your business.
  • Contact Information – Have your business information saved right into your customers contact list. One button selecting lets them call you right away!
  • Pre-Formatted Text Messages – Have customers send you a text message about closing a sale, entering a contest, or receiving special offers. Grow your list of leads!
  • Calendar Events – Invite customers to special sales events.
  • Geo Locations – Let customers know how to find your business.
  • Wi-Fi Networks – Have customers securely log on to your wireless network.

By using QR Codes, you put the power to “quickly respond” right in your customer’s hands. RGVPlus Media Marketing helps you to “Simply Create Response”.

     RGVPlus Media Marketing is the only company offering this unique service today.  We are anxious for your business to start tapping into this new, powerful form of advertising, but the network space is limited!


Armando Arechiga

Owner / Administrator

RGVPlus Media Marketing

1001 S. 10th


McAllen TX 78501

956 467-6854

July, 29, 2010

Women of the Storm use QR Code in Gulf Clean-Up campaign

Women of the Storm is implementing a new campaign to draw attention to the “necessity for full funding and implementation of a comprehensive plan to restore the Gulf, its beaches and its wetlands”. By using a QR Code they are able to direct user’s smartphones to the Restore The Gulf website.

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July 23, 2010

Break The Internet Marketing Mould With A QR Code

One of the sectors that is involved in Internet marketing is the use of advertising online so it’s no surprise that more innovative approaches to attracting audiences with the use of the web are available today. One approach to attract individuals in a more creative manner is the use of a QR code.

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July 21, 2010

QR Codes: Making interpretive signs come to life

The Fort Smith National Historic Site has begun using Quick Response (QR) Codes on way signs for improved interpretation, giving visitors access to a three-minute orientation video that plays on Web enabled smart phones.

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Are U.S. brands and businesses ready to embrace QR Codes in a big way?

BuzzBin writer Jeff Wilson discusses the growing trend of QR codes and provides a good overview of the technology and uses.

July 20, 2010

Why QR Codes Are Poised to Hit the Mainstream

Industry leader explains why QR Codes are on the verge of their “breakout moment”

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New QR Codes Will Change How You Shop

Even in Middle America (Des Moines, Iowa) QR Codes are changing the way marketers reach new customers.

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July 11, 2010

QR Codes are taking over the world. This billboard is on the corner of Lafayette and Houston in New York City. The code scans to a 30 second video and features a landing page with social links.

July 9, 2010

It’s Official — People Snap QR Codes Even When Computers Are Available

People are choosing to use QR codes more often, even when the same information is available on a nearby computer. “The Digital Nirvana” writer Heidi Tolliver-Nigro looks at why:—-people-snap-qr-codes-even-when-computers-are-available