QR Code Generator

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Free QR Code Generator Creates 10 Different Types of QR Codes in Five Different Sizes and Millions of Colors

The easy-to-use form below is the front end of our free QR Code generator which allows you to make ten different types of QR Codes:

  1. Free QR Code GeneratorText Message
  2. Email Address
  3. Telephone Number
  4. URL (Web Address)
  5. vCard (Complete Business Contact Information)
  6. meCard (Complete Personal Contact Information)
  7. SMS (Text Message to Cell Phone)
  8. Location (Address or Longitude/Latitude for Map Program)
  9. Bookmark (Adds URL to Visitor’s Bookmark List)
  10. WiFi (All Network Access Info for Coffee Shop, Hotel or other Hot Spot)

You’re welcome to use this tool as often as you’d like with our compliments. If you have any strategic questions regarding the use of this tool or QR Codes in general, please call us at 703-348-7390.


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Mobile Marketing Strategies and Tactics for Restaurants

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

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VIDEO 2 of 3

In this second of three educational webinars in the Mobile Mastery for Restaurants Series presented by The Customer Factory, Frank Felker:

Creates a Fictional Restaurant: Mama Sophia’s Pasta Palace

Establishes the Four Cornerstones of Mobile Marketing:

  • Mobile-Optimized Web Site
  • Mobile-Accessible Videos
  • Quick Response (QR) Codes
  • SMS / Text Messaging Platform

Explains How To Get Diners To Opt-In and Stay In

Tells You What Promotions To Send To Whom and How Often

Shows You How To Track Your Results With:

  • Google Analytics
  • YouTube
  • Your POS System
  • Our Text Platform Back Office Reporting

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You can watch the first video in this series, Introduction to Mobile Marketing by clicking this link.

 

Restaurant Mobile Marketing Guaranteed Success System

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

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VIDEO 3 of 3

The Customer Factory Eliminates Confusion, Risk Surrounding Mobile for Restaurants

We’ve just released the third and final educational video in our three-webinar series Mobile Marketing Mastery for Restaurants.

In this video we outline our Quick Start Success System which is guaranteed to get your restaurant up and running – and making money – with Mobile Marketing in 3 months or less.

The package includes everything you need:

  • Mobile-Optimized Web Site
  • Text Messaging Platform
  • Hosting and Support
  • Keywords and Redirectable QR Codes
  • Live and Recorded Training Resources
  • Posters, Flyers, Table Tents
  • Google Analytics
  • Text Database and Reporting System
  • Mobile Redirect Code
  • And More

Watch the video below and give us a call to get started: 703-348-7390

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Can Blippar Make QR Codes Redundant?

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Can Blippar make QR codes redundant?

This article on the econsultancy.com blog introduces what may be a more advanced take than QR Codes on the intersection between offline and online marketing.

Blippar offers smart phone-equipped consumers with the opportunity to enjoy and enhanced advertising experience by pointing their phone at a Blippar-enhanced ad.

This video shows the different ways the Blippar experience can manifest itself.

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As outlined in the article / interview, Blippar faces the usual challenge of widespread adoption that any new technology must overcome. In their case, part of that challenge includes persuading large numbers of people to download the requisite app to their phone.

But there are a couple of other significant hurdles that I foresee. For example, while QR Codes are ugly, their presence on a print piece or elsewhere is immediately obvious. How does the consumer know they are seeing an ad that is Blippar-enhanced and is thus signaled that he/she should pull out their smart phone for an enhanced experience?

Also, the applications shown in the demo video will require large budgets and high talent levels to pull off. One thing I like about QR Codes is that they just present simple data or direct the viewer to a landing page which can be easily and/or inexpensively produced, making them more applicable to small and medium-sized businesses of the kind that I support.