Nā Infographics: Ke hana nei i nā QR Codes Scanworthy

no ke aha e nānā ʻole ai iā qr

ʻIke kuʻu mau hoaaloha ʻaʻole wau he pā o nā code QR (Quick Response). I ka manawa aʻu e ʻike nei i kahi QR code, hoʻoholo inā makemake wau e scan iā ia, wehe i kaʻu kelepona paʻalima, wehe i ka noi e nānā i ke code ... a scan maoli iā ia - hiki iaʻu ke kikokiko i kahi helu pūnaewele i loko. Manaʻo pū wau aia lākou ʻino ... ʻae, ua ʻōlelo wau!

ʻIke ʻia ka lawe ʻia ʻana o ka QR code is ʻaʻa loa. ʻAʻole ʻike ʻo 58% o nā mea i nīnau ʻia me nā code QR. 25% o ka poʻe i nīnau ʻia ʻaʻole lākou i ʻike he aha lākou! I ka pale ʻana i nā QR code, ʻaʻole nā ​​nūhou maikaʻi ʻole. E hoʻohana ka poʻe i nā QR code ke manaʻo lākou i kahi hōʻemi a ke hoʻohana nei nā ʻoihana ʻē aʻe iā lākou e kiʻi pono i ka ʻikepili.

ʻO kekahi o nā laʻana aʻu i ʻike ai manaʻo wau he hoʻohana maikaʻi i nā QR Codes:

  • Ma kahi hale ʻaina ma Atlanta, ua hoʻohana ka papa kuhikuhi i nā code QR no ka mea heluhelu e nānā i ka ʻike meaʻai hou aʻe ma ka pūnaewele.
  • Ma kahi hālāwai kūkā ʻo Webtrends, ua hoʻonohonoho ʻia nā kāmela i kēlā me kēia hālāwai kūkā e hopu ai i ka ʻike o ka hōʻailona malihini kipa. Ua ʻae kēia i ka kime e ʻike i nā kau i makemake nui ʻia.
  • Ke hoʻouna nei i nā coupons ma o ka leka uila i nā mea loaʻa. Eia nō naʻe, hana pono nā barcode me nā code QR. A ʻoi aku ka nui o nā scanners barcode i nā hale kūʻai liʻiliʻi.

He aha nā hana pono āu i ʻike ai no ka hoʻohana ʻana i nā QR code?

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Manaʻo pū wau aia mākou i ka palena o ka hoʻohana ʻana i nā ʻenehana scan a me ka ʻike ʻike i ʻoi aku ka maikaʻi ma mua o nā QR code

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    Ua blog wau e pili ana i nā QR code i ka lā Dekemaba o 2010 ( http://kremer.com/qr-codes-link-brick-and-mortar-to-online ) a eia kekahi o kaʻu mau manaʻo….

    In-store Facebook Like: “Enjoy shopping here? ‘Like’ us on Facebook. Scan this QR code with your mobile phone. Be the first to get great offers and discounts through our Facebook page.”

    In store Sign Up for E-mail Newsletters or SMS text alerts. Same idea as above. Be sure to offer a reward for signing up. Be sure the QR code newsletter landing page is mobile friendly.

    In store demographic or survey information: “Tell us a little about yourself and get free coupons”. Have a short mobile friendly survey page with the final page being a in store coupon they can use right now.

    Nā hoʻolaha hoʻolaha, nā pepelu, nā kāleka ʻoihana: “E kiʻi i ka ʻike hou aku e pili ana i kēia. E scan i kēia code QR ma kāu kelepona paʻalima. ” He hou nā code QR, akā nui ka manawa o nā paʻi paʻi i kahi manawa alakaʻi o nā mahina. E kamaʻilio me kāu mea kūʻai aku e pili ana i kā lākou hoʻolālā paʻi no kēia manawa a me ʻeono mau mahina mai kēia manawa.

    Thinking beyond the retail world. I recently talked with the marketing and exhibition folks at a large museum. I suggested that they could put a QR code in certain exhibit areas. The code could link to their own Web page on the item exhibited, or link to a relevant outside Web source.

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    Ua blog wau e pili ana i nā QR code i ka lā Dekemaba o 2010 ( http://kremer.com/qr-codes-link-brick-and-mortar-to-online ) a eia kekahi o kaʻu mau manaʻo….

    In-store Facebook Like: “Enjoy shopping here? ‘Like’ us on Facebook. Scan this QR code with your mobile phone. Be the first to get great offers and discounts through our Facebook page.”

    In store Sign Up for E-mail Newsletters or SMS text alerts. Same idea as above. Be sure to offer a reward for signing up. Be sure the QR code newsletter landing page is mobile friendly.

    In store demographic or survey information: “Tell us a little about yourself and get free coupons”. Have a short mobile friendly survey page with the final page being a in store coupon they can use right now.

    Nā hoʻolaha hoʻolaha, nā pepelu, nā kāleka ʻoihana: “E kiʻi i ka ʻike hou aku e pili ana i kēia. E scan i kēia code QR ma kāu kelepona paʻalima. ” He hou nā code QR, akā nui ka manawa o nā paʻi paʻi i kahi manawa alakaʻi o nā mahina. E kamaʻilio me kāu mea kūʻai aku e pili ana i kā lākou hoʻolālā paʻi no kēia manawa a me ʻeono mau mahina mai kēia manawa.

    Thinking beyond the retail world. I recently talked with the marketing and exhibition folks at a large museum. I suggested that they could put a QR code in certain exhibit areas. The code could link to their own Web page on the item exhibited, or link to a relevant outside Web source.

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