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Benefits and advantages of incorporating QR codes in campaigns

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Nyongesa Sande
Nyongesa Sande
Nyongesa Sande is a Kenyan blogger, Pan Africanist,c olumnist Political Activist , blogger, informer & businesman who has interest in politics, governance, corporate fraud, human rights and television personality.

There are certain concrete benefits to using QR codes, regardless of how you utilize them toward your communications and marketing objectives:

Data-driven insights: QR codes provide valuable analytics data that can help refine your campaigns. By tracking QR code scans, you can gather information on when and where their marketing materials are being accessed. This data enables informed decisions about when and how to use these codes.

Audience engagement metrics: QR codes measure audience engagement in real-time, tallying critical information like the number of interactions with your content driven by a QR code, audience persona data, location, and more.

Conversion tracking: QR codes enable precise conversion tracking, which is essential for assessing the success of a marketing campaign. They can be linked to specific landing pages or promotions, making it easy to monitor the number of conversions or sales generated through QR code interactions. This data helps in optimizing marketing strategies to maximize ROI.

Cost Benefits: Utilizing QR codes in a marketing campaign can significantly reduce costs associated with traditional marketing methods. Printing QR codes on marketing materials is often more cost-effective than producing elaborate multipage print materials, and the ability to track user engagement and campaign performance lets you be sure of your marketing ROI.

QR codes are a convenient way to share information without the need for typing long URLs and can foster a more physical or human kind of curiosity and engagement, driving users to interact with brands on a deeper level than when looking at an online or print ad alone. And they are cost-effective and versatile — suiting various industries and campaign goals by more seamlessly merging their offline and online initiatives, crafting immersive brand experiences.

Consider a coffee shop trying to up its social media game. The shop owners could ask you to follow them on social media via a sign with the business’ social handle written down, hoping the customer will take the information down and use it at some point. Or the coffee shop could use a QR code to advertise their social media channels, which requires only one customer action: a simple scan of the code, which opens to the shop’s social media account where the customer simply clicks to follow.

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