You would have to be living under a rock to have not heard of the word QR code in today’s day and age! It’s amazing how once we are given no option but to use technology, how quickly we can adapt to an idea that was once foreign or rejected.
We may now repeatedly scan QR codes throughout our day now, but have you ever thought about how you can use a QR code for your business and how it can help you and your customers?
Learn how to use QR codes
A great tip is to think of the things you find yourself repeating to your customers on a daily basis. If you find yourself repeating things – it’s a good indication that the information is missing for your customers to easily access. Whilst QR codes may not always be the solution for every repetitive problem in your business, they can be extremely useful, and in some cases, a game-changer.
A great example of how QR codes can accelerate your business is to generate a code that leads to your review platform of choice, for example, your Google reviews. Actively seeking (and responding to) reviews will not only help your business but help your search engine results.
Learn how to increase reviews using QR codes in the video below
Another example is to create an online menu (if you are a food or drink business) or an online compendium (for accommodation) or any online paraphernalia that will help your customers and generate a QR code that leads to this information you have online.
While the public is on board with how to use a QR code, the best thing we can do for our business is to brainstorm how a QR code can help our customers, therefore our business.
Therefore, today’s action is to begin thinking about how to use QR codes in your business using our fave QR code generator here.
- Toggle over and paste your link into the URL section NOT free text.
- If you are using a long URL click to shorten the link as this will create a more simplistic QR code.
- Think about what information do you have that you can transfer online (think Canva.com) and make it easily accessible for your potential, current or past customers?