Last month, we discussed QR codes. Rosalind Morville, Constant Contact Community Manager, mentioned that she knew a small business owner that went so far as to tattoo a QR code on the arm. While we don’t suggest you be that drastic, below you will find some specific suggestions on how you might use QR codes to market your business:
1. Create a QR code to drive traffic to your website.
2. Send people to your Facebook page or LinkedIn profile.
3. Share a YouTube video.
4. Give directions to your store.
5. Connect people with your blog.
6. Link to a real estate listing or new product description.
7. Provide an instant coupon.
8. Link to a picture of your product.
Constant Contact also gives you some easy ways to incorporate QR codes into your marketing. Have you checked out the new scan-to-join feature?
Do you have other ideas or stories about QR codes? Let us know.
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Maureen Dudley enjoys writing, ballroom dancing, and jazz music. A travel aficionado, she has zip-lined in Mexico, explored an Egyptian pyramid by flashlight, and slept in a 12th-century Austrian castle. Her company, Dudley & Nunez Communications, specializes in helping clients nationwide with Constant Contact. Her monthly small business newsletter, Maureen’s Marketing Moment, is read worldwide. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for reading my blog post. Yes, it does look like Constant Contact changed the location of the FAQ since I wrote this article two years ago. Hannah's link above should work, and here is the link in another format just in case:
Thanks, Hannah for jumping in!
Happy to help