QR Codes are the newest type of barcode that allows more information storage than previous bar codes. It is like a bar code on steroids. The QR Code itself is a square with dots through it that can store a good size amount of information. QR Code stands for “Quick Response Code”. It can store your contact information, website, phone numbers, direct to the landing page of your choice and help promote a business. Today’s QR code technology is readily available to anyone who can dream up new information to place in a QR Code.
QR Codes can point to any website. Customers can easily scan the QR Code and be directed immediately to the website with the information you want them to have. This is great for businesses that want to direct their customers to their website. Having a QR Code in ads or at their establishment allows customers to scan at their own pace and find the information they are looking for in an instant.
QR Code business card is a great way to use QR Codes. From the vCard to the QR code, the two can work seamlessly together to easily exchange your contact information. Cornerstone Center has created a digital business card that allows you to exchange contact information in an instant.
Advertisements can be QR coded also. Adding QR Codes to your ads allows potential customers to scan your information in seconds. You can link customers to product videos to demonstrate how your product or service functions and explain to your customers why they need that product.
Invoices are a great place to place your QR Code. You can link websites that take the customer to return labels, payment options, and customer service. Placing a QR Code right on the invoice helps your customers with the information they need immediately instead of searching on your website or on the internet for that information. It creates ease of use for your customers, and your customers will always appreciate it.
Does your business put on events? QR Codes attached to your events can help people navigate by placing maps in the code. You can add directions, website, information about the event and so much more. You can QR Code to a landing page for registration, allow ticket printing, and any other instructions or information your customers need to get to the event.
Just like traditional bar codes, QR Codes can be used to mark your inventory. It makes tracking products from start to finish easier and more organized. It works similar to RFID tracking and is just as effective and saves money. The only issue with using QR Code tracking is that each item needs scanned individually whereas RFID tracking can track large amounts of products at the same time. The reader allows reading across multiple surfaces. QR Code tracking is great for small businesses with local inventory as each item needs scanned one by one.
QR Codes have a wide array of uses and can be applied to your business. Whether tracking products or creating QR Codes that serve your business needs, QR Codes are versatile. The ability to store and transfer information between cell phones and computers has opened the doors for businesses to advertise and post their QR Code for their customers. This ability to share information using QR Codes from business to customers helps in brand building, customer retention, and customer satisfaction.
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