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Ins and Outs of QR

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Presentation given on 3/23/2011 to the Social Media Club - Cleveland.

Presentation given on 3/23/2011 to the Social Media Club - Cleveland.

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  • http://static.aws3.mobioid.com/files/pdf/The-Naked-Facts-2H2010.2.pdf
  • http://www.slideshare.net/AustinWilliams/qr-aware
  • http://www.slideshare.net/AustinWilliams/qr-aware
  • http://static.aws3.mobioid.com/files/pdf/The-Naked-Facts-2H2010.2.pdf
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64in_yApB2Q
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64in_yApB2Q
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    • 1. The Ins and Outs
      of QR
    • 2. The UPC Code
      The UPC Code was used initially in a retail setting in 1974.
    • 3. The QR Code
      QR codes were developed in the mid-90’s by Denso-Wave, a division of Toyota.
    • 4. The increase in QR code scanning from June 2010 to December 2010
      Source: Mobio Identity Systems
      1200%
    • 5. The percentage of Americans who remember seeing a QR Code
      Source: Austin & Williams
      52%
    • 6. The percentage of Americans who have scanned a QR Code
      Source: Austin & Williams
      28%
    • 7. The percentage of people who have scanned a QR code and scanned again.
      Source: Mobio Identity Systems
      60%
    • 8. Code vs. Code
      Today, there are many competing 2D barcode systems. While QR is quickly gaining in popularity, other companies continue to promote their own systems.
      QR Code
      ScanLife EZ Code
      Microsoft Tag
      DataMatrix
    • 9. Why Use a QR Code?
      QR Codes are:
      • Easy to implement
      • 10. Simplify consumers engagement
      • 11. Give a high-tech feel to publications
      • 12. Free
    • Downtown Cleveland Alliance
      QR codes in ads and billboards give visitors and residents mobile access to news, offers and connections—so they can get moving .
    • 13. The Cleveland Auto Show
      At the 2011 Cleveland Auto Show, many exhibitors used QR codes to engage consumers. These included:
      • Pro Football Hall of Fame
      • 14. Chevrolet
      • 15. Subaru
    • Best Buy
      This tech retail giant regularly uses QR codes in their newspaper inserts and uses code extensively throughout the store to provide additional information on their products in the retail environment
    • 16. Target
      By including QR codes in their print advertising, Target is able to provide additional information on interactive toys and other consumer products.
    • 17. DigiKnow
      We began including barcodes on our business cards over a year ago. Our cards deliver visitors to a mobile-friendly website where a vCard with our contact information can be downloaded.
    • 18. ?
      Step 1: Is QR right for my situation?
      Consider these questions before you begin a QR program.
      • Do you have mobile content that can deliver to aid in the communication?
      • 19. Does the consumer have a smart phone?
      • 20. Will the consumer be scanning multiple items around or within your content?
    • Step 2: Develop Strong Content
      Remember a consumer may not have their phone handy or may need to install an app before scanning. Make sure the content is compelling to satisfy their curiosity.
      • Content should be:
      • 21. Mobile friendly (don’t link to your desktop site)
      • 22. Related to the ad (don’t link to your home page)
      • 23. Engaging – video, interactive content, supporting material to ad
    • Step 3: Generate the Code
      Creating a QR code is a simple process and can be done with free tools readily available on the Web.
    • 24. Step 4: Deploy and Measure
      Now that you’ve created a code, add it to your printed materials.
      Thoroughly test your code in print on multiple phones/platforms before your release it to consumers
      Be sure to monitor performance through web analytics, URL shortener, QR tracking software
    • 25. What’s Next?
      Moving consumers from print to digital will continue to be an important part of marketing for years to come.
      Other technologies that can make this transition possible are SMS (text messaging) and the emerging NFC chips (Near Field Communications).
    • 26. ‘Modding’ Your QR Code
      To take your QR code beyond the standard grid layout, you can modify up to 30% of the image to create a custom look for your QR Code
    • 27. Louis Vuitton Japan
      Japanese agency SET developed this QR code for a project between Louis Vuitton and Takashi Murakami.
    • 28. Macy’s
      This QR code was developed as part of Macy’s Backstage Pass program providing customers with tips and advice through a mobile website.
    • 29. Audi Japan
      Touted as the world’s largest QR code, this 500+ foot QR code was assembled by Audi for their 100th anniversary.
    • 30. Questions?
    • 31. For more information, contact:
      Scott Chapin
      Analytics and Mobile Strategist
      DigiKnow
      Cleveland & Buenos Aires
      schapin@digiknow.com
      216 325 1981
      Get a QR reader at GetQR.net

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