How to Plan, Create, Measure and Market Using QR Codes<br />
The UPC Code<br />The UPC Code was used initially in a retail setting in 1974.<br />
The QR Code<br />QR codes were developed in the mid-90’s by Denso-Wave, a division of Toyota.<br />
The increase in QR code scanning from June 2010 to December 2010<br />Source: Mobio Identity Systems<br />1200%<br />
The percentage of Americans who remember seeing a QR Code<br />Source: Austin & Williams<br />52%<br />
The percentage of Americans who have scanned a QR Code<br />Source: Austin & Williams<br />28%<br />
The percentage of people who have scanned a QR code and scanned again.<br />Source: Mobio Identity Systems<br />60%<br />
Code vs. Code<br />Today, there are many competing 2D barcode systems.  While QR is quickly gaining in popularity, other c...
Why Use a QR Code?<br />QR Codes are:<br /><ul><li>Easy to implement
Simplify consumers engagement
Give a high-tech feel to publications
Free</li></li></ul><li>KNIPEX<br />As the world’s leading brand of professional pliers, KNIPEX utilizes QR Codes to link t...
Quantum<br />Data backup and preservation is a big business today.  Quantum Corporation combined a traditional materials r...
Southwire<br />An innovator in the electrical cabling industry, Southwire used a QR-enabled print ad to introduce the new ...
Downtown Cleveland Alliance<br />QR codes in ads and billboards give visitors and residents mobile access to news, offers ...
SnowDogg<br />QR Codes enable prospects to hear from an actual user on why he thinks Snowdogg is a better product.<br />
?<br />Step 1: Is QR right for my situation?<br />Consider these questions before you begin a QR program.<br /><ul><li>Do ...
Does the consumer have a smart phone?
Will the consumer be scanning multiple items around or within your content?</li></li></ul><li>Step 2: Develop Strong Conte...
Mobile friendly (don’t link to your desktop site)
Related to the ad (don’t link to your home page)
Engaging – video, interactive content, supporting material to ad</li></li></ul><li>Step 3: Generate the Code<br />Creating...
Step 4: Deploy and Measure<br />Now that you’ve created a code, add it to your printed materials.<br />Thoroughly test you...
What’s Next?<br />Moving consumers from print to digital will continue to be an important part of marketing for years to c...
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    1. 1. How to Plan, Create, Measure and Market Using QR Codes<br />
    2. 2. The UPC Code<br />The UPC Code was used initially in a retail setting in 1974.<br />
    3. 3. The QR Code<br />QR codes were developed in the mid-90’s by Denso-Wave, a division of Toyota.<br />
    4. 4. The increase in QR code scanning from June 2010 to December 2010<br />Source: Mobio Identity Systems<br />1200%<br />
    5. 5. The percentage of Americans who remember seeing a QR Code<br />Source: Austin & Williams<br />52%<br />
    6. 6. The percentage of Americans who have scanned a QR Code<br />Source: Austin & Williams<br />28%<br />
    7. 7. The percentage of people who have scanned a QR code and scanned again.<br />Source: Mobio Identity Systems<br />60%<br />
    8. 8. Code vs. Code<br />Today, there are many competing 2D barcode systems. While QR is quickly gaining in popularity, other companies continue to promote their own systems.<br />QR Code<br />ScanLife EZ Code<br />Microsoft Tag<br />DataMatrix<br />
    9. 9. Why Use a QR Code?<br />QR Codes are:<br /><ul><li>Easy to implement
    10. 10. Simplify consumers engagement
    11. 11. Give a high-tech feel to publications
    12. 12. Free</li></li></ul><li>KNIPEX<br />As the world’s leading brand of professional pliers, KNIPEX utilizes QR Codes to link to product videos – which help visually demonstrate their unique benefits.<br />
    13. 13. Quantum<br />Data backup and preservation is a big business today. Quantum Corporation combined a traditional materials rack with QR codes to cut down on paper and digitally engage their tradeshow audience<br />Source: the social metrics<br />
    14. 14. Southwire<br />An innovator in the electrical cabling industry, Southwire used a QR-enabled print ad to introduce the new MCAP product line.<br />
    15. 15. Downtown Cleveland Alliance<br />QR codes in ads and billboards give visitors and residents mobile access to news, offers and connections—so they can get moving .<br />
    16. 16. SnowDogg<br />QR Codes enable prospects to hear from an actual user on why he thinks Snowdogg is a better product.<br />
    17. 17. ?<br />Step 1: Is QR right for my situation?<br />Consider these questions before you begin a QR program.<br /><ul><li>Do you have mobile content that can deliver to aid in the communication?
    18. 18. Does the consumer have a smart phone?
    19. 19. Will the consumer be scanning multiple items around or within your content?</li></li></ul><li>Step 2: Develop Strong Content<br />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.<br /><ul><li>Content should be:
    20. 20. Mobile friendly (don’t link to your desktop site)
    21. 21. Related to the ad (don’t link to your home page)
    22. 22. Engaging – video, interactive content, supporting material to ad</li></li></ul><li>Step 3: Generate the Code<br />Creating a QR code is a simple process and can be done with free tools readily available on the Web.<br />
    23. 23. Step 4: Deploy and Measure<br />Now that you’ve created a code, add it to your printed materials.<br />Thoroughly test your code in print on multiple phones/platforms before your release it to consumers<br />Be sure to monitor performance through web analytics, URL shortener, QR tracking software<br />
    24. 24. What’s Next?<br />Moving consumers from print to digital will continue to be an important part of marketing for years to come.<br />Other technologies that can make this transition possible are SMS (text messaging) and the emerging NFC chips (Near Field Communications).<br />
    25. 25. ‘Modding’ Your QR Code<br />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<br />
    26. 26. Louis Vuitton Japan<br />Japanese agency SET developed this QR code for a project between Louis Vuitton and Takashi Murakami.<br />
    27. 27. Macy’s<br />This QR code was developed as part of Macy’s Backstage Pass program providing customers with tips and advice through a mobile website.<br />
    28. 28. Questions?<br />
    29. 29. For more information, contact:<br />Scott Chapin<br />schapin@digiknow.com<br />216 325 1981<br />John Sonnhalter<br />jsonnhalter@sonnhalter.com <br />(440)234-1812 ext 121<br />Get a QR reader at GetQR.net<br />
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