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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.

 


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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!


How to Create QR Codes for multiple links with Google Sites

Posted: February 10th, 2021 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

Do you want to lead your customers to your landing pages and social media accounts easily? 

You can lead your customers to your landing pages and social media through advertisements, emails, or social media posts. However, there’s a possibility that they won’t click your link because they’ll think it’s spam. That’s why it’s better to look for alternatives for sharing links. 

A QR code can hold various types of data. It can contain personal data, contact information, or a website link. Also, you can customize its appearance to make it look more legitimate. 

Creating a QR code with a single link is easy. But what if you have multiple links to share? Like one for your landing page and more links for each social media account you have? Sure, you can create multiple QR codes, but using a single one is more convenient for you and your customers. 

You can create a landing page on Google Site with multiple links. 

Creating a Landing Page on Google Sites

Before we proceed to the QR code, we’ll set up your landing page first. We use Google Sites for this tutorial because it allows you to create web pages even if you don’t have knowledge of HTML. 

  1. First, visit this page link https://sites.google.com. This link brings you to the Google Sites homepage. Make sure to sign in to your Google account first. If you don’t have one, you can create a free account, it’s quick and easy. Once you’re signed in, click the + icon to start a new blank site.  
  2. In the top left corner of the editor, add a title for your new site.  
  3. Add a welcome message to the top banner—or delete the text if you don’t want to have a welcome message. You can also use an image for your top banner. Just double-click anywhere in the banner and then select Images from the hidden circle menu.
  4. Next, click Insert > Text Box from the right navigation of your screen. Once a text box appears, click the text box then the “Insert link” icon beside the Text Color icon. When doing this, make sure to input the proper name for each website URL. You can also choose Insert > Button to insert your links.
  5. You can now publish the web page and copy its link.

Creating a QR Code for Your Landing Page 

Creating a QR code that contains a link is easy. Just follow these simple steps: 

  1. Select the Website URL as your data type in the first section.
  2. Paste the URL of the page you created from Google Sites.
  3. Click the Download QR Code button to download your finished QR code.

Make it a Bit Fancy 

Here at QR Stuff, you can use more of our features if you’re a paid subscriber. Paid subscribers can use exclusive features such as the Style Section to customize the QR codes. This feature allows you to change the colors and shape of the dots or insert a brand logo.

Customizing the QR code is easy. Just follow the same steps listed above. The only difference is you can customize the QR code through the “Style” section above the downloading section. Making use of the “Style” section helps you to create a visually appealing and distinctive QR code. 


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Creating QR Codes to Build Your Email List

Posted: December 16th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: General | No Comments »

Did you know that QR codes can help you get more email subscribers?

With the popularity of smartphones, many marketers are now mobilizing their email marketing strategies or programs. Some of their strategies often include creating more mobile-friendly emails, using a sign-up process for newsletters through text messages, and prioritizing social media engagement for email list building. 

But out of all those methods or strategies for marketing and email building, many marketers are noticing that QR codes are one of the most effective ways to gather email subscribers.

A QR code is a scannable picture that immediately redirects you to its content. It could be contact information, a website, or a document such as a sign-up form. You usually see QR codes on billboards, labels, or advertisements. They look similar to barcodes but instead of having lines, they contain squares. 

A QR code has squares because it’s a two-dimensional matrix barcode readable by QR reader apps on camera phones. A QR code consists of black modules organized in a square pattern on a white background. A QR code can contain different types of content such as a text, URL, or other data.

 

How can QR Codes Help You Get Email Subscribers?

Using a QR code for email marketing purposes is currently one of the best ways to get new subscribers. 

Using QR codes can set you apart from your competition. People perceive scanning QR codes as safer than clicking links or shortened links on social media platforms. Their device notifies them first of what app needs to be opened. It won’t immediately subscribe or bring them to a suspicious website. 

Another reason why using QR code is advisable is because you can post anywhere! You can post it on the Internet, particularly on social media platforms. Also, you can post on forum websites. 

You can also create and print a QR code for your physical marketing materials like the following: 

  • Print ads, newspaper articles, press releases
  • Brochures, leaflets, posters, stickers
  • Business cards, online PDF materials
  • Bills, receipts, order forms
  • Books, CD covers, menus, packaging
  • Souvenirs, T-shirts, clothing tags, name tags
  • Exhibition stands, store windows, checkout counters

You just need to distribute your marketing materials in the right place. If people find your business interesting, chances are they will scan the QR code on your marketing materials to subscribe to your email list. 

 

How to Create a QR Code for Email Subscription

First create a landing page using Mailchimp or Google Forms. 

Since you’re creating a QR code to get more email subscribers, your landing page should help your audience subscribe to your emails. 

To create your landing page quickly with Mailchimp, follow these steps.

  1. Go to Mailchimp. Choose a name for your landing page. This name is for your reference, and isn’t visible to landing page visitors.  
  2. Next, design your landing page. Add a custom page title, and use the right design or template. There are several templates so you can choose the right design for your business or brand.     
  3. When you’re done, click “Save and Close.” Make sure to copy the URL that appears on the next screen because you’re going to need it when creating a QR code.   To access the URL any time, click the third icon below the Mailchimp logo, then click “All Campaigns.” Locate the landing page you created from the campaigns listed and you’ll find the URL just below.  
  4. Once you’ve copied the URL, you can proceed to generating the QR code for that landing page. 

Creating Landing Pages Using Google Forms

  1. Visit the Google Forms website. Make sure that you’re logged in with your Google account.  
  2. Create a new blank form by pressing the new blank form button.
  3. Create a name for the form. Also, be sure to write a brief description of its purpose and enter instructions to the user. Choose the right options when choosing the data you want to get from your audience.
  4. When you’re done, test your Google Form and if it works perfectly, copy its URL and save it in your notes.   

Once you’re done creating a landing page, you can now generate a QR code.

Generating QR Codes for Building Email List

  1. First, go to https://www.qrstuff.com/?type=websiteurl and have the “Website URL” data type pre-selected from the Data Type section.       
  2. In the Content section, paste the address or URL of your landing page whether it’s from Mailchimp or Google Forms. In this use case, I used a landing page I created through Mailchimp.  
  3. 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, paid subscribers have the privilege to use the Style Section to customize the QR codes. They can either change the colors and shape of the dots or 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 right.


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.