Are QR codes a good idea for small business owners?
QR Codes for the small business owner
QR Codes for small business, to use or not to use
Clients sometimes ask about QR Codes for their small business. A QR code consists of black squares arranged in a square grid on a white background, which can be read by an imaging device such as a camera, and processed using Reed–Solomon error correction until the image can be appropriately interpreted. QR codes often contain data for a locator, identifier, or tracker that points to a website or application.
Ask yourself one simple question about QR Codes
Do you use QR Codes? Pegasus Ventures supports continuous technology updates but, despite, coming into widespread availability about a decade ago, few people use QR Codes. For the small business owner QR codes usually sends a smart phone user to a website. Why an open an app and point a smartphone at an app when speaking the request gets the same result. Even typing in a search takes only few seconds. Many iPhone and Android users don’t even know their camera doubles as a QR Code reader.
But if you want to use QR Codes, why pay?
Got a company wanting to charge to use QR codes, want a great big QR code in the window? Pay nothing by visiting this website:
Pegasus Ventures used the qrstuff.com website years ago when it was thought the next big thing in web development. Most everything on the website costs nothing. Some “QR Code” generators charge for the codes, others supply a free code only to implant an ad in the code users find using the QR Code. Go for free!
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