How to Use QR Codes

What Is a QR Code?

A QR code is a Quick Response code. It is a 2D barcode that when scanned by a smartphone, takes the user to a website or other information.

What type of information is available through a QR code? A QR code can link to a website, a video hosted on a website or text information.

Add a Quick Response (QR code) to your signs and graphics to let customers and prospects quickly learn more about your business, event or promotion, or to communicate detailed contact information. With a QR code, you provide additional information to the savvy, high-tech consumer when he or she is most interested.

Consider using a QR code on signs and graphics to provide location information, a link to your website or promotional offer.

You can utilise QR codes on posters, vehicles, flyers, banners and other types of signs. As an example, use a QR code on a delivery van or company vehicle to provide a quick link to your company's website. This eliminates the need for the prospect to memorise or write down a phone number. Include a QR code on a real estate sign to link to a virtual tour, your website or to get a phone number.

Integrate QR codes into your SMS mobile marketing campaign to further personalise your messages to potential customers.

See how businesses are utilising QR codes to create effective messaging on digital media displays, promotional posters, window decals, and more:

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