Those funny-looking, square bar codes are popping up everywhere — from business cards to billboards. They’re called QR Codes (for Quick Response). Cell-phone cameras scan them and instantly link to more information. Initially, they just connected to websites, but they can do a whole lot more. Their potential is limitless.
QR Codes can help your customers
• Find you on a map
• View a product demo
• Pay instantly through PayPal
• LIKE you on Facebook
QR Codes originated in Japan (they’ve been used there for more than a decade), but they are quickly spreading in the United States. Maybe you’ve seen them in your competition’s advertising or even in their stores. Maybe it’s time for you to put them to use.
We’ve collected the 10 best retail ideas for QR Codes and published them in a free eBook — appropriately called 10 New Retail Uses for QR Codes. Read this eBook now before your competition does, and put QR codes to work promoting your retail business.