Online shopping from QR codes
If you run a web shop you know the importance of visitors to your site.
If you have checked your visitor statistics lately, you have probably learned that more and more of your visitors arrive at your web shop using smartphones, iPads and other tablets/hand-held devices.
In other words: the shopping habits of consumers are changing. They increasingly shop online using hand-held devices.
Use QR codes and increase web shop sales
QR codes are an obvious way of increasing sales and transactions in your web shop.
QR codes bridge the gap between the physical and the online-driven world.
By placing QR codes on physical items such as delivery notes, stationery, packaging, packages, envelopes, newspaper ads, catalogues etc. you can send your customers from the physical items directly to your web shop using the URL/link of the QR code.
From QR codes you can send the consumers directly to specific pages and sub-pages in your web shop such as:
• Link to newest products
• Link to a specific product
• Link to product news
• Link to carried brands
• Link to giveaways or competitions/sweepstakes
• Link to special offers
• Link to sales
• Link to newsletter
• Link to Become a fan on Facebook
and many, many others …
9 good ideas for placement of QR codes
The possibilities for placing and attaching QR codes are almost endless. For your inspiration, zumoQR has composed the following list, allowing you to get a good start on getting consumers to your web shop – quickly, simply and efficiently!
Add QR codes to your stationery. Just by doing this you give recipients of your stationery the option of scanning your QR codes and access different parts of your web shop. One option is inserting a column of QR codes on the right side of your stationery, displaying codes that link to different sections and areas of your web shop.
2. Business cards
Add a QR code to your business card so the recipient can scan the code from the card and access your web shop or specific sub-pages of it.
3. Packages, bags and packaging
Include a QR code on your packaging and the recipients of your packages can scan the QR code, accessing your web shop or specific sub-pages in your web shop directly from their smartphone.
4. Packaging slips
When sending a package you can choose to include a packaging slip or document. Put QR codes on these so the recipients of your packages can scan the QR code, accessing your web shop or specific sub-pages in your web shop directly from their smartphone
5. Promotional merchandise
If you use promotional merchandise in your marketing or to give your customers increased value when they use your web shop, you can add QR codes to your merchandise, allowing the customer to scan the QR code and access your web shop or specific sub-pages in your web shop directly from their smartphone.
6. Product specifications
It is possible to generate specific, automated QR codes for every product you add to your web shop. In this way, your customers can use their mobile device to see and read about the products they have purchased in your web shop.
7. Email signature
Add QR codes to your email signature. Recipients of your emails can scan the QR code and be linked to your web shop or specific sub-pages in your web shop directly from their smartphone.
Add QR codes to your car(s), allowing people to scan the QR code and access your web shop or specific sub-pages in your web shop directly from their smartphone.
9. Track and trace
It is possible to generate specific and automated QR codes to be sent out along with your track and trace emails. This lets your customers follow the progress of their package from their smartphone.
10. Contact customer support
You can have the QR code dial customer service directly – smart and efficient customer service.
Add QR codes to all your outdoor signs allowing people to scan the QR code and access your web shop or specific sub-pages in your web shop directly from their smartphone.