You see them everywhere. They’re on Magazines, Billboards, Websites, Business Cards, Place Mat and signs.
1 in 5 Americans Say They’ve Used A QR Code
19% of American consumers have used a QR code, per results [pdf] from a Pitney Bowes survey released this month. Of the 4 countries analyzed by the study, the US ranked first in QR code use, ahead of the UK (15%), Germany (14%), and France (12%). While on average, 15% of consumers across those countries report having used a QR code, that percentage rises to 27% among 18-34-year-olds.
Looking at where these QR codes are most often captured, the report reveals that magazines (at 15% of the total sample) are first, followed by mail (13%) packaging (13%), posters (10%), websites (8%), email (5%), and TV (4%).
QR Codes Make It Easy For People To Connect With Your Brand
QR Codes make it easy for smart phone users with bar-code scanning applications to interact with your brand is many more ways then they used to.
- Exchange Contact Information
- Link to a Web Address
- Share Some Secret Text
The Possibilities are Endless
There are two kinds of QR Codes. The standard QR Code that looks like a square of scrambled black dots and the Microsoft Tag.
Both are neat and offer a wide range of possibilities. The above images both interact with the user, but neither are customized for a brand. That’s where Goldstein Media comes in.
We can take a custom QR code or Tag and brand it with your logo. This will set your custom QR codes or Microsoft Tags apart from the rest.
Here are some samples:
As you can see there is now brand recognition or a design that sets your codes apart so they catch the viewers eye.
So How Much Does A Custom QR Code or Microsoft Tag Cost?
Prices for Custom QR Codes range from $100 to $400 and Custom Microsoft Tags range from $300 – $800 (depending on complexity).
How Can We Find Out More?
Give Goldstein Media a call at (215) 352-5216 or Email Us at information[at]goldsteinmedia[dot]com.