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Website URL Data Types

Posted: April 27th, 2021 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

Website URL data types are probably our most popular. They are the easiest way to have people access your website because the QR code simply contains the address of a website. By scanning the code, the website can be accessed by the user without the nuisance of manually entering the URL. These QR codes are also very simple to create.

  1. Go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=websiteurl and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected.
  2. Next, enter the URL of your website. You can copy and paste the URL from the address bar to make sure it’s accurate. 

     

     

    Not sure if you want to create a static or dynamic QR code? 

    • Static QR Code: The actual destination website URL is placed directly into the QR code and can’t be modified. Static QR codes have no scan limits.
    • Dynamic QR Code: A short URL is placed into the QR code which then transparently re-directs the user to the intended destination website URL. Dynamic QR codes created with a paid subscription can have the short URL redirection destination changed after the QR code has been created. These codes also have analytics and password protection.

    Take a look at this guide if you need more information about static vs dynamic QR codes: https://blog.qrstuff.com/2012/08/12/dynamic-qr-codes

    You can now download the QR code you created by clicking the “Download  QR Code” button.

    Make It A Bit Fancy!

    Here at QR Stuff, you can enjoy more privileges using our QR code generator when you’re a paid subscriber. In addition to creating QR codes, our paid subscribers have the privilege to use the Style Section where they can customize their QR codes. You can either change the colors of the dots, their shape and also insert a relevant logo to the QR code. 

    Customizing the QR code is easy. Just follow the same steps listed above and customize the QR code through the “Style” section before downloading the QR code. Using the “Style” section, you can come up with a visually appealing and distinctive QR code like the one shown here.

    Subscribers Get More QR Stuff!

    Become a QR Stuff paid subscriber and get unlimited QR codes, unlimited scans, analytics reporting, editable dynamic QR codes, high resolution and vector QR code images, batch processingpassword-protected QR codesQR code stylingQR code pausing and scheduling and more, for one low subscription fee.

    Full subscriptions start from just $11.95 for a 1-month subscription (lower monthly rates for longer periods). Subscribe now.


    Brad Sundling uses QR Stuff’s codes to save lives during pandemic

    Posted: April 19th, 2021 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

    Every Monday morning Brad Sundling’s Mountain Valley Pipeline team has a safety meeting – with as many as 500 people.  The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) project is a natural gas pipeline system that spans approximately 303 miles from northwestern West Virginia to southern Virginia. Since the virus hit, the team is no longer allowed to meet in person, everything is remote or in small groups. 

    To help the team feel more connected, they created a QR code that was given to each of the workers on a laminated business card.  Each week the employees scan the card with their phones and it links them to the current safety meeting document for the week.  The document contains links to informative videos. To make it even more interesting, there are also directions to enter a drawing by texting answers to specific questions.

     Another innovative and clever idea for which QR codes can be used!

    You can use our URL data type or the PDF data type to create something similar for your own use.

    Become a QR Stuff paid subscriber and get unlimited QR codes, unlimited scans, analytics reporting, editable dynamic QR codes, high resolution and vector QR code images, batch processingpassword-protected QR codesQR code stylingQR code pausing and scheduling and more, for one low subscription fee. Full subscriptions start from just $11.95 for a 1-month subscription (lower monthly rates for longer periods). Subscribe now.


    QR Codes for Collecting Amazon Reviews

    Posted: April 7th, 2021 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

    Are you an Amazon seller?

    Getting reviews especially on Amazon can give you a boost in building your online reputation. Particularly, they can help you get the trust of more potential customers. However, getting reviews can be a challenge. 

    Collecting Amazon Reviews through QR Codes

    Using a QR code, you’ll make it convenient for your regular customers to leave a review on your Amazon account page.

    Your customers can easily leave a quick review if they can have quick access to your Amazon page. Your customers just need to scan the QR code to immediately leave Amazon reviews.

    You can print the QR codes on stickers and stick them on the parcel of the purchased items from your store. Or you can include the QR code when printing the product invoice. Whichever you prefer, doing this makes it easier for your customer to give your Amazon store a review.

    Creating a QR Code for Amazon Reviews

    Creating a QR code is easy using our user-friendly QR code generator. In just a few clicks, you can generate the QR code for the Amazon review that you need.

    Here’s how:

    1. Go to Amazon and search for your Amazon store’s listing. Scroll down to the “Customer Reviews” section of the page and click “Write a customer review.”
    2. Next, copy the URL of the next page. You need this to generate the QR code.
    3. Next, go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=websiteurl and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected from the Data Type section.                     
    4. In the Content section, paste the link you copied earlier.                                                               
    5. You can now download the QR code.    

    Make It A Bit Fancy

    Here at QR Stuff, you can enjoy more privileges using our QR code generator when you’re a paid subscriber. In addition to creating QR codes, our paid subscribers have the privilege to use the Style Section where they can customize their QR codes. You can either change the colors of the dots, their shape and also insert a relevant logo to the QR code. 

    Customizing the QR code is easy. Just follow the same steps listed above and customize the QR code through the “Style” section before downloading the QR code. Using the “Style” section, you can come up with a visually appealing and distinctive QR code like the one shown on the left.

     


    Subscribers Get More QR Stuff!

    Become a QR Stuff paid subscriber and get unlimited QR codes, unlimited scans, analytics reporting, editable dynamic QR codes, high resolution and vector QR code images, batch processingpassword-protected QR codesQR code stylingQR code pausing and scheduling and more, for one low subscription fee. Full subscriptions start from just $11.95 for a 1-month subscription (lower monthly rates for longer periods). Subscribe now.


    Jo Cork, Dance Artist and Filmmaker, uses QR Stuff’s QR codes during pandemic

    Posted: April 5th, 2021 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

    Jo Cork, Dance Artist and Filmmaker at Studio Wayne McGregor QuestLab Network Artist has come up with a creative solution to engage her students during the Corona pandemic.

    She is an external lecturer who teaches her students about art – specifically, dance – installations. The students are studying the module Dance and Technology. During the pandemic, she was unable to give them a physical experience of making an installation as they couldn’t be together, however she set tasks for them in order that they can – together, but remotely – make a piece of work that will engage them in creating and producing a piece of public facing performance work. 

    She put the installation together free-of-charge in her own time with additional logistical planning done by the students as part of their assignments. 

    Each student made a short dance clip which was uploaded to Youtube. They then placed posters in the site of each dance with a QR code, so the passing public can scan the code and view the dance as if it were augmented reality in the space in which they stand.

    Here is a sample poster that was used for this purpose:

    Just another original and resourceful idea for which QR codes can be used! If you’d like to create a video QR code similar to this one, take a look at our informative guide on how to share videos.

    Become a QR Stuff paid subscriber and get unlimited QR codes, unlimited scans, analytics reporting, editable dynamic QR codes, high resolution, and vector QR code images, batch processing, password-protected QR codes, QR code styling, QR code pausing and scheduling, and more, for one low subscription fee. Full subscriptions start from just $11.95 for a 1-month subscription (lower monthly rates for longer periods). Subscribe now.