QR Code Generator

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Free QR Code Generator Creates 10 Different Types of QR Codes in Five Different Sizes and Millions of Colors

The easy-to-use form below is the front end of our free QR Code generator which allows you to make ten different types of QR Codes:

  1. Free QR Code GeneratorText Message
  2. Email Address
  3. Telephone Number
  4. URL (Web Address)
  5. vCard (Complete Business Contact Information)
  6. meCard (Complete Personal Contact Information)
  7. SMS (Text Message to Cell Phone)
  8. Location (Address or Longitude/Latitude for Map Program)
  9. Bookmark (Adds URL to Visitor’s Bookmark List)
  10. WiFi (All Network Access Info for Coffee Shop, Hotel or other Hot Spot)

You’re welcome to use this tool as often as you’d like with our compliments. If you have any strategic questions regarding the use of this tool or QR Codes in general, please call us at 703-348-7390.


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Is This Why You’re Not Using Email Marketing?

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Email Marketing from Constant ContactAlthough I started using and recommending Constant Contact from just about the time they opened their doors in 1995, I know why many people avoid marketing with email – or don’t do as much with it as they should.

And even though email marketing has the highest ROI of virtually any marketing channel (20x higher than direct mail), and is the best way to communicate with up to 500 of your closest friends for the impossibly low price of $15 per month, I understand your hesitation.

I know because I have gotten scores of clients up and running with email marketing over the years.

And Constant Contact knows because they’ve helped their customers face and overcome the same 3 hurdles tens of thousands of times.

The Three Biggest Obstacles Slowing You Down Are: (more…)

Getting Your Business On The Front Page of Google This Week

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Is Your Business Invisible Online?

Let’s face it, unless they already know your company’s name, local buyers of your product or service can’t possibly find you when they are searching for what you do online. Even if you have a web site.

This is a big problem because thousands of local buyers are searching for immediate solutions to their needs everyday on their computers, smartphones and tablet devices.

They’re not finding you so they’re buying from your competitors, costing you thousands in sales every month.

Here’s what you will learn:

How search engines work.

What you’re actually seeing when looking at search results.

And how Google decides whether your site or your competitor’s site is going to appear on the first page.

Then Frank shows you the difference between what you see on a web page versus what Google sees and how that determines who ends up on page one.

Frank talks about the powerful opportunities available when you focus your search optimization efforts on local buyers.

And he does a number of live search demonstrations which prove his techniques work.

Introduction to Mobile Marketing for Restaurants

Friday, September 28th, 2012

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Educational Webinar Series: Mobile Marketing Mastery for Restaurants

The video below is the first in a three-webinar series: Mobile Marketing Mastery for Restaurants.

In this first episode, Introduction to Mobile Marketing for Restaurants, Frank Felker, President of The Customer Factory explains:

  • What Mobile Marketing For Restaurants Is
  • What The Big Deal is Surrounding Mobile Marketing
  • What The Benefits Are For Restaurant Owners and Managers
  • What Kinds of Restaurants Are Using It
  • What Kinds of Restaurants Are Not Using It and Why

This video series explains how restaurants are using mobile marketing to grow their average check size, increase visit frequencies and generate new and referral diners.

You can view the second video in the series, Mobile Marketing Strategies and Tactics for Restaurants by clicking this link.

 

Mobile Marketing Strategies and Tactics for Restaurants

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

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In this second of three educational webinars in the Mobile Mastery for Restaurants Series presented by The Customer Factory, Frank Felker:

Creates a Fictional Restaurant: Mama Sophia’s Pasta Palace

Establishes the Four Cornerstones of Mobile Marketing:

  • Mobile-Optimized Web Site
  • Mobile-Accessible Videos
  • Quick Response (QR) Codes
  • SMS / Text Messaging Platform

Explains How To Get Diners To Opt-In and Stay In

Tells You What Promotions To Send To Whom and How Often

Shows You How To Track Your Results With:

  • Google Analytics
  • YouTube
  • Your POS System
  • Our Text Platform Back Office Reporting

You can watch the first video in this series, Introduction to Mobile Marketing by clicking this link.

 

Restaurant Mobile Marketing Guaranteed Success System

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

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The Customer Factory Eliminates Confusion, Risk Surrounding Mobile for Restaurants

We’ve just released the third and final educational video in our three-webinar series Mobile Marketing Mastery for Restaurants.

In this video we outline our Quick Start Success System which is guaranteed to get your restaurant up and running – and making money – with Mobile Marketing in 3 months or less.

The package includes everything you need:

  • Mobile-Optimized Web Site
  • Text Messaging Platform
  • Hosting and Support
  • Keywords and Redirectable QR Codes
  • Live and Recorded Training Resources
  • Posters, Flyers, Table Tents
  • Google Analytics
  • Text Database and Reporting System
  • Mobile Redirect Code
  • And More

Watch the video below and give us a call to get started: 703-348-7390

 

Free Software Records Skype Conversations

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Call Graph Does A Great Job Recording Skype Conversations

I have been searching for quite a long time for a quality piece of software that would allow me to record Skype conversations in high fidelity for the production of interviews on my Radio Free Enterprise podcast.

I’ve tried a number of different solutions including Pamela, but never found what I was really looking for, until I found Call Graph from Scribie.

Call Graph seamlessly records my Skype conversations with very high quality as either .wav or .mp3 files and even separates each of the two people speaking onto their own channel so they can me modified separately.

There is no limit to the length of the recording you capture and Call Graph will work with Skype to Skype, Skype Out, Skype In and Conference Calls.

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Free Domains, Site Hosting & Google Web Development Tools

Sunday, October 30th, 2011

Virginia Get Your Business OnlineWeb Sites Are Now Free For Virginia Businesses

If you still don’t have web site for your Virginia-based business, today is your lucky day.

Google and a variety of government agencies and trade groups have partnered to give you a free web site, free domain name and one year’s free site hosting.

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SoundCloud: It’s Like YouTube for Audio

Friday, October 28th, 2011

SoundCloudRecord, post and share your own audio files anywhere, anytime.

I’ve just come across SoundCloud and am doing some experimentation. Below is a Radio Free Enterprise interview I did with Billy Winburn of Connect113, as hosted and presented by SoundCloud. I hope you’ll try out the player, give a listen and let me know what you think.

Radio Free Enterprise: Billy Winburn of Connect113 by FrankFelker

There are many interesting features offered by this service but perhaps the most useful is the ability to share your audio on a variety of social networking sites including Facebook and Twitter.

The uses for SoundCloud range from independent musicians posting their songs to podcasts like Radio Free Enterprise to politicians delivering stump speeches. You can record from your PC or smart phone and post directly up to their servers quickly, easily and at no charge.

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Can Web Videos Drive Sales? You Decide.

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

I have been posting video programming on the web since long before You Tube was a gleam in Google’s eye. Why? Because I believe that moving pictures and sound represent the very best way to tell a story.

When You Tube came on the scene they changed the entire game by offering free hosting, removing the question of what file format to post or what download speed to optimize for, and offering the ability for anyone to embed a video on their site without either having to produce it, post it or host it.

If you never had to deal with any of those issues in the pre-You Tube era you don’t understand what a revolution and a revelation You Tube was. Today, from a small business marketing standpoint, the wonder of You Tube is how many people watch it.

The video below describes how one inventor has used You Tube to sell over one million units of his tongue brush. That’s right; tongue brush.

If You Tube can help him sell a million tongue brushes, what might it do for you? Give me a call. I have some ideas for you.