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  1. QR Code for Business Cards

    March 20, 2018 by admin

    Why use QR Codes on Business Cards?

    Communicate easier, enable your clients to save your contact easier!

    Our QR codes are optimized, take less valuable space on your business card, and are easier to scan? How? We use special short domain name and smart redirection! You can relax and enjoy (and track statistics)

    Change contact details anytime without reprinting business cards (QR codes are dynamic)

    So you added your contact details, get vector QR code and printed business cards. If you change title, phone, mail… It is easy to update that info, but it will be also automatically updated on you business card QR code.

    Track statistics – make it a competition!

    With our service, you can track how many time your business card is scanned. If all your colleagues are using QR codes, you can make a small competition. Why is more popular? Who is sales super star?

    How to generate many QR business cards easily?

    If your company is medium sized, it could be really time consuming to add contact data for all your colleagues. But that is why we are here for you. You can send us an spreadsheet file (Excel, CSV or text) with desired data. (e.g. First, Last name, email, phone, position, messenger) We will import everything for you and deliver all QR codes via email!

    Scan and try one demo QR code:

    Or make yourself QR code for business card (available even for FREE accounts)


  2. Dynamic vs Static QR code?

    January 24, 2018 by admin

    Common question of our customers is “What is the difference between Static and Dynamic QR Codes?”

    Dynamic vs static QR code

    Dynamic vs static QR code

    Will try to explain. If we are talking about internet addresses encoded in QR codes (URL), Static QR codes are containing final destination where you will be redirected after scanning. Dynamic QR codes contain intermediate location that willl then redirect user to desired destination (URL).

    Because of that, Dynamic QR codes provide multiple advantages:

    • Easier to scan / smaller / more clear / error correction
      Because CodeQRCode uses very short URL for redirection ( our dynamic QR codes are smaller and much easier to scan. This is very important if you are printing your QR codes and your internet address is very long. With our Dynamic QR codes, your customers will scan QR codes faster with better success rate (they are not blurry or with too tiny squares)
    • Ability to change destination (URL) later
      It is very important to be able to change destination address after printing QR code (e.g. in your printed ad) or featuring QR code in advertising banner/bitmap graphic. You can login to codeQRcode dashboard anytime and redirect existing QR codes to new address!Imagine, printing business card, and in a few months you change your address or phone. If your client scans QR code on your old business card, he will always get up-to-date contact information!
    • Track statistics with Dynamic QR codes
      Even with free account you will have detailed statistics, how many times are your QR codes scanned, with what device type (e.g. Android or iPhone) and when.
      You can always compare that with your advertising campaigns, or if you pay Ad in two different magazines, if you use different QR code in each magazine, you will have feedback, what ad was more successful (scanned)!

    If you have a wordpress site you can install our new qr code wordpress plugin

    You can try for yourself, register for free and make a free dynamic QR codes

    Dynamic vs static QR code

    Dynamic vs static QR code

  3. 5 Important QR code tips

    January 19, 2017 by admin

    5 QR coding ideas


    1. Make QR easy to scan!

    PROBLEM: If QR code stores a lot of data (long web address or all the business card information) it becomes very big and many tiny squares and that make it very hard to scan. If QR code is hard to scan, customers will probably use it less so your information is lost and your web or printed campaign is without effect

    SOLUTION: use minimal amount of data stored in QR code or use dynamic QR codes with short domain name – like we use on our services, only 4 letters! That way, our dynamic QR codes are scannable event if they are smaller then 10mm! Or if you put it on billboard they will be scannable from greater distance

    2. Use Dynamic QR codes

    Print only once QR code on your product packaging, restaurant menu QR code or QR code on Business card!

    If there is a change in your web address (URL) or data on business card (e.g. phone or email) you can change withour reprinting dynamic QR code, because all the data is stored on server not on QR code itself. That and ability to track QR code scan statistics are primary reasons for using Dynamic QR codes!

    3. Error correction saves the day

    If your printed QR code becomes dirty or damaged (e.g. on product box or QR on business card) or part of QR code is not visible (e.g. some writing or lablel over part of it) not all is lost, it could still be scannable! All our dynamic QR codes contain 25% of additional data that helps scanning

    4. Choose good placing and message (slogan)

    It is very important how QR code is placed, if you are not sure, try scanning it yourself. It is always better to have QR codes in places that are easy for people to scan, better to have QR codes on bus stop (city light) then on billboard above customers head. If you add QR code to printed ad or product box, write some intriguing message like “Scan and find out” or “Scan and win” You must engage customer to scan your QR code, and visit your site, or leave their contact email. That way, QR code campaign success is guaranteed.

    5. Track statistics

    To measure success you must track scan statics. It will help you to find which printed ad is more successful (if you use the same creative for different magazines, just put different QR codes, and you will know which magazine is more popular/where your ad had more impact on readers). If your sales team handout business card or contact customers via email, put QR codes in their business cards or email signature, and find on one place which colleague had more success. Find out on what day, which campaign generated more sales leads and which device customer used more (so you will know if it is better to develop iOS or Android application).

    All mentioned techniques are implemented in our system, make free account and start your digital campaign.

  4. World Book & Copyright Day

    April 23, 2014 by admin

    Today is another of those (holi)days we often fail to remember: April 23rd is a World Book Day, but also a Copyright Day.

    Exempt form Wikipedia

    The connection between 23 April and books was first made in 1923 by booksellers in Spain as a way to honor the author Miguel de Cervantes who died on that day. In 1995, UNESCO decided that the World Book and Copyright Day would be celebrated on this date the date is also the anniversary of the birth and death of William Shakespeare, the death of Miguel de Cervantes, Inca Garcilaso de la Vega and Josep Pla, and the birth of Maurice Druon, Manuel Mejía Vallejo and Halldór Laxness. Although 23 April is often stated as the anniversary of the deaths of both William Shakespeare and Miguel de Cervantes, this is not strictly correct. Cervantes died on 22 April and was buried on 23 April according the Gregorian calendar; however, at this time England still used the Julian calendar. Whilst Shakespeare died on 23 April by the Julian calendar in use in his own country at the time, he actually died eleven days after Cervantes because of the discrepancy between the two date systems. The apparent correspondence of the two dates was a fortunate coincidence for UNESCO.

    European Commission has published a board on Pinterest with interesting choice of old book covers.



  5. Red Bull uses QR code in marketing campaign?

    March 23, 2012 by admin

    Here is an example of failure to understand and use QR codes in order to successfully promote products and services using QR code marketing campaigns.

    Usually we find marketing campaigns with static QR codes that just miss opportunity to track and analyze success of scanning QR codes and gather vital feedback for campaigns success.

    Marketing experts that are familiar with QR code techniques and who do track QR code scans also usually miss the opportunity to deploy a landing page that could generate business leads or improve customer satisfaction and gather feedback. But this time, a campaign for Red Bull energy drink is beyond our wildest expectations! Just look at printed promo material and try to scan QR code… yes it just promotes words “QR Code” 😉

    RedBull "empty" QR Code

    How convenient that should be the link for energy drink ingredients and effects 😉

    Here are some facts from Wikipedia about Red Bull brand. Next time, choose your digital marketing agency more carefully.