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QR Codes Design

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Custom QR Codes

An ideal way to promote your website or blog is through a custom QR code (see also #1). A QR Code is an image that detects the device a user is using and then directs them to the website (or it could be used to direct them to an email address, or telephone number, etc).

We offer a range of QR Code design options and packages – from one single custom  QR Code Design up to complete packages containing a complete set of custom QR Codes for your website or business – contact us today for a no-obligation free quote

 

QR Codes – Destinations / Types of QR Codes Available:

BCWD_QR-mobile-website150x190There are many different TYPES of QR Codes available.  Some of the more popular QR types or destinations for small businesses are;

  1. Web Address (Website / URL)
  2. Email Address
  3. SMS Number
  4. Telephone Number
  5. Plain Text
  6. Geographic Location

Custom QR Codes can be very effective selling and marketing tools, and they provide a quick and effortless way to drive traffic to your website

“In the shopping industry, knowing what causes the consumers to be motivated when approaching products by the use of QR codes, advertisers and marketers can use the behavior of scanning to get consumers to buy, causing it to have the best impact on ad and marketing design.” (see #2)

 

Get Your Own Custom QR Code!

You can use this form to submit a quote request:  Quote Request Form Link

 

Sources:

(#1) QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) is the trademark for a type of matrix bar-code (or two-dimensional bar-code) first designed for the automotive industry in Japan; a barcode is an optically machine-readable label that is attached to an item and that records information related to that item: The information encoded by a QR code may be made up of four standardized types (“modes”) of data (numeric, alphanumeric, byte / binary, Kanji) or, through supported extensions, virtually any type of data. Source – Wikipedia – link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_code

(#2) Tolliver-Walker, Heidi (2011). “Making Best Use of QR codes: Gleaning Lessons from the Latest Data”. Seybold Report: Analyzing Publishing Technologies 11 (23): 2–7. Source:  Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_code

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