Add QR Code on your Website

Yesterday I stumbled upon a way to create QR code for my contact information.

Wikipedia defines a QR code as: A QR Code is a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code) created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994. The “QR” is derived from “Quick Response”, as the creator intended the code to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed.

A QR Code is a bar code that can be scanned using your camera phone and a QR Code Reader. In many parts of the world the scanning of a QR Code has become the door to the mobile Internet.

Here’s Hartzler Digital Media’s code:

I think that everyone should have this on webpage. It simplifies everything. Say someone wants to call you to do business with your company. They find your webpage and they search for contact information. Once they find the information they then have to type in your phone number and call. Plus if they will want to call you again, they will need to create a new contact to save your information. What a pain.

Or they can hold their phone up to the computer and have all your information and by clicking one button have all of your contact information saved.

Create your own today at:

How to Time Shift a Post

What if you want to prepare a post the night before you actually want people to see it? Or you are going to be on vacation and won’t have access to the internet to make your daily posts? Well, WordPress is sweet and it allows you to time shift when your post can be seen by your viewers.

It’s really simple to do. First start a post like normal. Instead of selecting publish, click the “Edit” link next to “Publish Immediately.”

Once you click “Edit,” new options will appear.

Insert the new date and time you would like your post to be published and voila! You look like you are a diligent blogger, always ready to post new content.

Getting a Top Ranking on LinkedIn

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Lewis Howes knows his stuff about Linkedin and being the co-author of “LinkedWorking” I would hope so. His story about how he became so knowledgeable about LinkedIn is not only inspiring but a bit hilarious. Watch the following video to improve your LinkedIn Ranking.

Go on and try what he says. I did it, and now I am #1 when someone searches WordPress, what my business, Hartzler Digital Media is all about.

In case you don’t want to watch the video, here are the five areas that you need to make sure your keyword is in:

  • Headline
  • Current Work
  • Past Work History
  • Summary
  • Specialty