Some businesses want their customers to linger. Some like Diners prefer customers to eat and leave because turnover is what increases sales. WiFi and and an invitation for an expresso would help extend the visit, foster browsing, and add to purchases in a bookstore environment. Alternate signs help the invitation look different and catch the eye. But just maybe the retailer had outside backing. One sign cross promotes Seattle’s Best and the other contains a Verizon signature. Maybe these venders provided sign support? You should ask some of your suppliers for helpful cross-sell support. CLICK the thumbnail the a second sign concept. What would both extend your customers visit AND increase purchases? Or is turnover the better strategy?

For more high-tech at the shelf edge SEE….
Digital Shelf-Edge Price Ticket
Digital Shelf-Edge Promo Signs
Smell ‘O Vision Retail Rollout
In Store GPS Alternative

For individual QR implementations and more see…
QR for Complex Product Communication
Target’s Holiday Toy QR Code Campaign
QR Codes for the Well-Dressed
Fashion Forward Facial QR
Drink Coaster QR Code Strategy
Watermelons Now Sport QR Codes
QR Code Out of Reach?
Faux QR Code More Fiction than Fact
QR Code TimeBomb: 14 Days and Counting Down
QR Window Decal is Transparent
QR Code Moves to Television
Poor Man’s QR Code
QR: Retailer‘s Secret Weapon Redirect
Idiotic QR Code Campaigns
QR and Mobile Trends Whitepaper

For a Pinterest Photo Board on QR visit…
QR Codes in Retail

On a closely related topic try…
Is WiFi a Benefit to Retail

For another way to keep the customer shopping SEE…
Label Strip Substitutes for Cross See Sign