September 21, 2010 09:01 by bgauth
You can find a lot of information about Microsoft Tag on this blog. I like to share great product features. Microsoft related or not. Few days ago, we’ve just announced a new feature: The Microsoft Tag Heat Map which allows users to get more specific information about their Microsoft Tag scans such as Where were they scanned? How many time?
Get all those visualization data through Bing maps:
Microsoft Tag owners are able to scroll over the world and dive deeper in to an appropriate location. The two screenshots represent where did happen the scans related to the Microsoft Tag on my business card. I can deep dive to a street level to see where people find my Tag. As you can see, a lot of scans happen in Paris, wondering why …
If you don’t show up on this map yet, scan the Microsoft Tag below
Where to start? Go on Microsoft Tag now, create your tag for free and put it out there, then check your map!
To follow the latest about Microsoft Tag, follow us on Twitter: @microsofttag
August 31, 2010 08:27 by bgauth
I’ve been working now for almost two years on Microsoft Tag. If you’ve never heard about this cool product, have a look to the video that will give you a quick overview of its potential:
Also a cool feature of Microsoft Tag is the custom Tag. You can design a Tag with your logo or a picture as a background. Below one example for R. Scoble that took me 30 seconds to create. If you want to create your own it’s free and pretty fast:
If you have any questions regarding Tag, feel free to ping us on Twitter or Facebook.
February 5, 2010 04:11 by bgauth
Blogging less! Why? Spending more and more time on social networks like Twitter and Facebook and others social networks to share my updates and interesting news. I’ve found these mediums a much better and efficient way to share news across my networks and also a better way to read those.
Below I’ve created a Microsoft Tag that will redirect you to my Facebook Page. How to use it? Grab your phone, go on gettag.mobi, download the Microsoft Tag application of your phone (iPhone, BB, WinMo…) and snap the Tag:
If you want to create your own Microsoft Tag, it will literally take you 2 minutes using PowerPoint, watch the podcast to make your own.
Below a example of Microsoft custom Tag to check-in on Foursquare, this one will check-in you in the Foursquare HQ, NYC.
Please share your creations on the Microsoft Tag community.