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Bar Code

A code placed on a product that a machine can read. Groceries and other products commonly have bar codes on them so a machine can display how much they cost. This ensures accurate prices are paid on retail goods. Bar codes were invented by a graduate student in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1948.

bar code

an alpha or alpha-numeric code, converted into a series of lines and spaces which are marked on products. Bar coding and the use of bar code scanners enables a firm to obtain accurate data quickly on its STOCK position to help with planning its reordering of goods; and can be used to adjust the prices of goods more easily than by replacing price tags. See EPOS.
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3b1]: Gender as one of the Social Media Consumers' Demographic Characteristics affects Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness.
3b2]: Age as one of the Social Media Consumers' Demographic Characteristics affects Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness.
3b3]: Geographical Region as one of the Social Media Consumers' Demographic Characteristics affects Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness.
3b4]: Income as one of the Social Media Consumers' Demographic Characteristics affects Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness.
3b5]: Level of Education as one of the Social Media Consumers' Demographic Characteristics affects Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness.
3c]: Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness Levels affect Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness.
In order to identify mobile tagging awareness in social media, the factors affecting mobile tagging awareness of participants were identified using Factor Analysis.
This finding supports the assumption of the study that "Social media users' mobile tagging awareness levels are high".
When we study the percentage and frequency values of the variables concerning mobile tagging interaction levels of the social media consumers taking the survey; it is seen that 31.
When we study the percentage and frequency values of the variables concerning mobile tagging awareness levels of the participants who took the survey, it is seen that 51.
Findings about the Factors Affecting Social Media Consumers' Mobile Tagging Awareness Levels
In this section, there are assessments about the reliability and factor analyses made to identify factors affecting mobile tagging awareness of the social media consumers who took the survey.

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