Marketing with Tags: QR Code Generators

Marketing your business using QR Tags with Tag readersAre you using QR tags for your marketing? You know, the QR codes that smartphones can scan by taking a photo and then the phone goes to a website or business card or phone number?

Now is the time to learn about marketing your business, product or service with these tags.

It’s easy to make the tag code:

How do you market or distribute the tags?

After you have your code, there’s lots of ways to distribute it.

I see codes in the Sunday FSI ads in the newspapers and on some websites.

I predict that soon we’ll see them on T-shirts, mugs and baseball hats.

How do you put a QR code onto a product?

Maybe you’ve already seen them in use.

Getting a QR code or tag reader for your phone:

Use your smart phone to visit one of these sites to download a tag scanner onto your phone:

Download the AT&T Code Scanner or download the Microscoft code scanner reader

Author: Chris Brown

Business owner operating a marketing consulting firm. Online Publisher. Keynote Speaker.

10 thoughts on “Marketing with Tags: QR Code Generators”

  1. Chris, thanks for the info on tags for QR codes generated on photos taken on smartphones. I did not know about these tags and how they could benefit a business. Appreciate your informative post about this topic.

  2. Nice post… As predicted, QR Codes are already appearing on clothing ~ http://www.QRazystuff.com, which we launched last month! We also offer QR Tags, which differ from standard QR Codes, in that you can update the content whenever you want – same image/code, just update the URL or messages behind the Tag.

  3. QR tags are wonderful but you still need to expose than to everyone. A great platform for that is the new website “who can i hire dot com” (one word) which is a platform for small business to market themselves (QR tags) through social media potentially reaching thousands of customers.

  4. Hi Rick:
    Thanks for your comment. I changed the URL you embedding into your comment, because it was feeling a lot more like you were working on getting back links than actually providing a real comment. If my readers really feel like using your site, they can type the URL into their browser.
    CB

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