Quick response codes can be found almost everywhere. They originated in Japan but have started gaining in popularity in the United States in the last few years. These codes can contain photos, videos, consumer discounts, history of a business, or whatever other information a business or company wants to share with consumers. They are a great addition for any marketing campaign and are easy to create.
Here is a list of ten QR code encoders I have found:
This is just a short list of (QR code encoders) but there are many, many more. Remember that people love valuable information and deals. Be sure that the page you link to is adapted for mobile use and be innovative when it comes to creativity.
Once you have created a QR code the possibility for uses is almost endless. How you choose to use your code completely depends on the business you are in. For instance, a musician might use a QR code to link to videos of their recent performance, their personal website, upcoming performances, or personal appearances. A writer might use a QR code to link to places that sell a book they’ve written, or their blog.
Codes can be placed on product labels, advertisements, websites, vehicle decals, stickers, billboards, and clothing. If you can think it up, it can probably be done.