QR Code Marketing
QR Codes are a type of 2D Barcode that can be scanned using a smartphone (e.g. iPhone, Blackberry, Android) in order to automatically open some content on the device. This content could, for example be a video, website, audio clip, simple marketing message or even a prompt to call or text a certain number.
QR Codes have proven to be huge business in the East and now the West are finally realising the potential of QR Codes in marketing and advertising. Imagine scanning a business card and instantly being taken to the company's website or even being prompted to call them!
We can make you a QR Code today and print it on your business card, brochure, leaflet or anywhere else you want to put it (we don't do tattoos sorry!). In our experience the intrigue factor alone is enough to bring enquiries into your business. QR Code advertising and marketing really is the future, and if you want to be seen as a forward thinking company then you could certainly benefit from using QR Codes.
Interested in how QR Codes can benefit your business? Scan the code on the left below and find out!
Why not also try scanning the other two QR Codes to see what happens!?
Don't have a smartphone yet? Don't worry, you can also visit whatisaqrcode.co.uk or Piranha Solutions the traditional way, or give us a call on 01772 888 331.
QR Codes are great for many different forms of marketing because they are versatile. You could have a giant QR Code on the side of a building providing information about it, one in a shop window giving unique offers to those that scan it or simply include one within your email signature. The possibilities are almost endless and having already implemented successful QR Code marketing campaigns, we are ideally placed to advise you how and where to use QR Codes in order to gain the maximum benefit for your business.
QR Codes require participation on behalf of the consumer and this interactivity excites people and makes them feel like they are involved and engaged with the company or product. With the proportion of people owning smartphones in the UK set to climb to 50% by the end of 2011, now is the time to experiment with the use of QR Codes.
Worried about the potential costs – don't be. Although each case has to be looked at individually, generally we don't charge much more for a business card with a QR Code, for example, than we would for one without a code.
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