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Use cards with QR codes to connect with your customers. QR codes can help you unlock the power of cost-effective, organic marketing. You can benefit from the convenience, novelty, and improved user experience that QR codes give your customers. Hone your marketing strategy, connect with your customers, and strengthen your brand with this helpful technology.
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A QR Code is a two-dimensional barcode that is readable by smartphones. It allows to encode over 4000 characters in a two dimensional barcode. QR Codes may be used to display text to the user, to open a URL, save a contact to the address book or to compose text messages. A QR code uses four standardized encoding modes (numeric, alphanumeric, byte/binary, and kanji) to efficiently store data.
The QR code system became popular due to its fast readability and greater storage capacity compared to standard UPC barcodes. Applications include product tracking, item identification, time tracking, document management, and general marketing.
 
         
 
         
Options of plstaic cards with QR code:

♦Use our professional designers or upload your own artwork
♦Standard thicknesses of .030" (30 mil) or ask about other thicknesses
♦Standard size is 2 1/8" x 3 3/8" with 1/8" diameter rounded corners (same size as a credit card) or ask us about custom die cuts
♦Full or Spot Color (CMYK, 4 color process)
♦Glossy surface or Matte finish surface
♦Consecutive numbering or variable data personalization for names, numbers, PINs, etc. with provided database
♦Bar coding with or without human readable characters printed below
♦Hole and slot punching for round or lanyard or ask us about custom sizes and shapes
♦Standard writable finish for signatures and handwritten personalization or ask about custom signature panels
♦Low or high density magnetic stripes
♦Scratch-off overlay panels for PINs, special promotions and contests
There are plenty of creative ideas for how businesses, non-profits and municipalities can use QR codes to market and communicate themselves better to their stakeholders. 
 
♦QR codes on a laminated card for trade shows. Instead of dropping a business card in a fish bowl. Booths win because they’ll get all the pertinent info, and the event could give away prizes to the people who get scanned the most.
♦Scratch and Win cards. It’s not enough to have them scratch off the card, make them scan that card to see if they’ve won.
♦On bus stops, train stations and subway stations: A quick scan would give you realtime information on when the next bus, train or subway would arrive.
♦Posted next to paintings and sculptures at museums. Great for visitors who want to learn more about the artist, the time period, and the reaction to the photo. 
♦As part of a personalized direct mail piece. Each QR code can go to a PURL (personalized URL).
♦On historical sites and on walking trails. You’d like to delve deeper, whether with a wikipedia entry, or an video of a local historian explaining the significance of the site.
♦At video kiosks. QR codes can appear as people interact with your kiosk, whether it’s at the mall or your place of business.
♦On For Sale signs. Whether residential or commercial, for sale signs could include codes that had all the information a sell sheet includes, plus video walkthroughs.
♦Email newsletter signups. Build your subscriber base by having quick links to an email signup box.
♦Next to packaged food in groceries. Give shoppers quick access to recipes that include the ingredients they see on the shelf.
♦On produce. You could include information about the farm, organic vs. conventional growing, best by dates, etc.
♦Buying coffee (or anything else.)Like Starbucks does.
♦On bottles of wine. It would be nice to be able to get info about the vineyard, and maybe buy a case of that bottle I enjoyed at the restaurant.
♦On tags for sustainable clothes. Is that piece of clothing really sustainable? Let’s quickly scan and see it’s story.
♦For conference signage. Next to the name of the upcoming sessions in each room would be the QR code so you could get the full description, speaker bios, and see if there’s any room left.
♦On conference name tags. Why trade business cards when you can just scan them. 
♦On tags for jewelry. Examples abound.
♦On liquor bottles. Linked to drink recipes; this would be especially good for new drinks you’re bringing to market.
♦On the fliers that you find under your windshield wipers at the mall. One example might be an offer for a car wash; the URL would give you the discount code and directions to the car wash offering the deal.
♦Inside elevators. If I ran a dry cleaning service or something else that helped busy executives out I’d advertise inside elevators in tall buildings. 
♦On wedding invitations instead of RSVP cards. Scan a QR, save a tree. And a stamp.
♦On posters linking to free books. 
♦On trade show booths. Scan a picture, (be entered to) win a free iPod.
♦On recipes in magazines. Quick link to videos, reviews and feedback at the website.
♦For self-guided tours at factories. Scan a code, learn what that does.
♦Posted on car windows in dealerships. Perfect for after-hour shoppers.