QR Codes

What is a QR Code? A QR or Quick Response Codes are a type of two-dimensional barcode, that can be read using a smartphone with a QR Code reader app, that links directly to text, emails, websites, phone numbers and more!

21 uses for QR codes

Build your list

Send clients  a special incentive or offer if they sign up to your list

Business Cards

Put a code on your business card containing all of your contact information

Put It On A T-Shirt

Then people get sent where you want them to go

Put It On Price Tags In A Store

Taking them to a specs page online

Put It On Your Website Contact Us Page

People take a picture of your page on the screen, put you in their contact list

Put It On Your Instruction Sheet

People scan it to get step-by-step instructions, or maybe a video

Put It In Print Ads

People scan to be taken to a specific landing page on your website

Put It On A Campaign Sign

Taking people to your website

Put It On A For-Sale Sign

Take them to a website with video and information about the item being sold… House, car, whatever

Put It On Your Luggage

If your luggage ever gets lost… Send a Tweet, scanning it sends out a tweet

Do A Location Login

Put on every table and the walls of your restaurant, does a foursquare login or a Facebook location login

Passes on your contact information or website link

Add To Your LinkedIn Page

Call Us To Place Your Order

Scan dials their phone

Send a Teaser Postcard

Send a QR code to a potential client, which takes them to your website

Put It On Your Conference Name Tag

Contact information or website

Put A Up-sell On Your Invoice

Taking them to a landing page making a special offer

Put One On The End Of A Video

Takes them to a landing page, can pass source codes

PayPal Buy Link

Scanning takes them to PayPal to buy your item

Promote An Event

Scanning the code puts it on their calendar

Announce Your Free Wifi

Scanning, logs them into your wifi account

Put It In Your Powerpoint Presentation