QR Codes and why YOU should be using them!
It’s a QR Code! And it looks like this
QR Codes stand for “Quick response” codes. They allow consumers with a smart phone to, instantly; learn more about your product, business or service.
How do QR codes work?
QR codes are 2d barcodes that can be decoded using your smart phone with a QR code reader.
In order to be able to access information from a QR code, you need 2 things:
1. A smart phone that has a camera and internet capability
2. A QR code reader*
* Many new smart phones will already come equipped with a QR code reader. If your smart phone does not have a reader already installed, free QR code readers can be downloaded from your app. store.
Who is using QR codes?
22% of Fortune 50 companies are using QR codes.
Just the other day, I saw QR codes in use in Home Depot’s garden section. Each grow your own herb/vegetable plant had a QR code listed next to the name of the plant. It allowed you to scan it for more information on how to grow and maintain your plant-in what conditions, season, etc.
Why do QR codes work?
QR codes engage consumers and provide an increased level of interaction.
Interaction and engagement increases response rates and enhances the customer experience.
What can QR codes be used for?
To view videos and photo galleries
To direct consumers to an email sign-up page
To get traffic to your social media page (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
For instant access to promotions, discounts and coupons
For more detailed information on your company, product or service.
We live in a society of instant gratification. Consumers want information on what they are interested in NOW! If you can provide this to them, before your competitor, you will be ahead of the game and gain an instant competitive advantage!
To learn more and find out how to get QR Codes FREE on your marketing visit the Opportunity Knocks booth #617 at the Phoenix convention. If you are not attending the conference and would like to take advantage of this limited time offer call 800-287-5710 x 252 and talk to Angela Parisi. Hurry FREE QR Codes are valid through Conference dates only!