Internet technology and marketing

June 18, 2011

How to use QRs

Filed under: youtube — Tags: , , — webcubic @ 9:47 pm

We discussed QRs a couple of days ago and now we’d like to supply you with a list of places or ways that QRs can be implemented.

– a simple link somewhere.  It could be a link to your website.  So place this on every document or business card that you print.  It’s an easier way for users to get to your website.

– a YouTube video.  You may have uploaded a video to YouTube.  You can tell your friends or business associates about that video. If you recall, the links are long and difficult to remember.  A QR solves that problem.  If you happen to have several YouTube video on your website, why not convert them to QRs? You can put an A HREF tag on the QR graphic which will link to the video.  If you’re doing this from a smart phone, then it will link to the actual YouTube file and play it on the smartphone.

– you can put text information in a QR.  Perhaps the QR can be place on a “for sale” sign.  A visitor can quickly scan the QR and get further information on the property for sale.

– a restaurant menu QR can supply contact information and a website URL.  The consumer can simply scan the QR and save the information on their smart phone.

– erhaps you give your phone # to many people, especially at conferences.  Why not put your phone number in a QR and let people scan it as they need your phone numbers.

Do you have any ideas?

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