What is QR Code
QR Code is a kind of 2D symbology developed by Denso Wave and released in 1994 with the primary aim of being a symbol that is easily interpreted by scanner equipment.
It is, an increasingly-popular way of converting data like website addresses into a form that can be easily scanned. Thus, it’s possible to publish a website address in print, and readers can go to that address without having to type in the address.
For example, users can have the camera on their phones scan a QR code from a print ad, a business card, or a computer screen. Once scanned, the scanner software on the phone will read the data and ask the user what to do most likely, open the website address embedded in the code.
A video preview on how QR Code can be a contact number using iPhone apps. QR Code can also generate a website URL and take you directly to the desired website.
QR Code for Business Purposes
QR code can be generated through various generator from the web. Its fun, its free and it is like to put some extra parmesan cheese in your pasta.
The code however can be turn into something useful for a business purposes. Like what we did and use it at our business card. The QR code will directly navigate to our website. This will bring us more potential clients in return with a minor changes that we’ve put in a traditional business card.
It can also be use for a marketing purposes. You’ve got fliers, brochures, programs, handouts, whitepapers and a myriad of other materials in your media kit. Add QR codes to direct viewers to a particular how-to video, send them to a Flickr photo set, get them to follow you on Twitter, or point them to a mobile-friendly landing page that promotes a new campaign.
As a conclusion, this QR code has been widely used in the technology environment. But depending on the situation that will describe your business and corporate images, use it wisely and correctly depending on the needs of QR code.