SOC QR Code Mobile Landing Page – Appreciation Wins (big)!
Dave and Shelley Smith know first hand that having an attitude of gratitude can be rewarding in all areas of life. As independent distributors with Send Out Cards, they are on a mission to “change lives one card at a time”.
Recently, Dave and I were talking about the differences between static and dynamic QR codes. Both types of QR codes are great (if used properly) and they each serve a different purpose. Static QR codes are the kind that are directed to one url – be it a website or a video. With a static QR code, you probably won’t be able to change where the code takes the user once it’s been generated. Static QR codes are excellent for sending a personal message or linking to a one time event.
If you’re looking at printing a QR code on your business cards or other marketing materials, you’ll definitely want to consider getting a dynamic QR code. The reason you’ll want to go with a dynamic QR code when it comes to your marketing materials is that the code itself remains the same. However, if you need or want to change where the code takes the user, you can easily make changes instantly through your dynamic QR code’s dashboard.
Dave recently purchased a dynamic QR code for Appreciation Wins and had his mobile landing page set up within minutes. Check out what a nice job he did…
The really nice thing about Dave and Shelly’s dynamic QR code is that they can swap out the video on their mobile landing page any time they want. As a matter of fact, they can change anything they want to on that page and it won’t disrupt the code. So, they can safely add their QR code to any of their printed marketing materials.
When you get a moment, please scan Dave and Shelly’s QR code and be sure to visit their Facebook page and give them a “Like”!
We’d love to feature your business on Divas Mobile Solutions, too. If you’d like your business to be considered, please contact us and we’ll let you know how you can make that happen!
Three Reasons a Mobile Website is a Must for Your Service Business
70% of all mobile searches result in action within 1 hour. (Source: Mobile Marketer)
91% of all U.S. citizens have their mobile device within reach 24/7. (Source: Morgan Stanley)
Searching for local businesses is the #1 way people use smart phones (source: Google)
Those are some pretty compelling facts. Action within one hour, in reach 24/7, and searching for businesses is the number one way people use smart phones!
The Most Important Fact
Not mentioned, is probably the most important. If your site is not up to par your potential client will move on to the next site. You have a few seconds to get your potential client everything they need: a phone number, an email, directions…If your site is not clear enough to navigate people will move on to the next (or your competitors) site.
What does Your Mobile Site Look Like?
You need to know what your business website looks like via a mobile phone or tablet. Do you have easy to read call to actions? If your site needs to be expanded or manipulated to see the phone number, then you are in need of a new or enhanced mobile site.
There are very good options to getting your website created into a mobile site. If you are on WordPress, some themes offer a mobile version. Expand2Web’s SmallBiz theme offers a exceptionally nice mobile option. If you have an html site, then we recommend Duda Mobile. We have seen a few free mobile options but do not have any to recommend at this time.
Check Your Site Today
There are ways to check what your site looks like via different mobile devices. Check out what your site looks like on a mobile phone by using the Divas mobile viewer. Which ever way you choose to go mobile is okay as long as you do choose to have a mobile presence.
Go Mobile Today
As always if you need help we are happy to help you get your mobile site designed and working to grow your business!
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BenchMark Blueprinting of Sarasota, Florida Offers Dynamic QR Codes
Scan this code with your smartphone!
The Divas would like to welcome Lyn Larson of BenchMark Blueprinting & Office Products to the QR Divas’ team of authorized dynamic QR code resellers. Lyn and her husband, Larry, and their staff have been providing quality service and competitively priced office supplies and products to businesses and individuals in the Sarasota and Manatee county areas since 1986. BenchMark Blueprinting is a proud member of The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce as well as the Manatee Chamber of Commerce.
Business Cards with QR Codes
Years ago (before the Internet) business cards would include basic contact info such as the business phone number and address. With the advent of the Internet and email, it became imperative to have both email addresses and your business website on your business card as well. BenchMark Blueprinting has recognized that having a QR code on your business card is now every bit as important as including that website and email address (maybe even more so) and wanted to offer their customers an affordable QR code solution – a QR code solution that can change as the needs of their customers change.
Your Own Mobile Landing Page
Contact BenchMark Blueprinting for your dynamic QR code & custom mobile landing page!
With their customers’ needs in mind, BenchMark now offers Dynamic QR Codes with Mobile Landing Pages. What that means to the BenchMark customers is that they can have a dynamic QR code added to their business cards, signs and any other printed materials. When they get their QR code from BenchMark, Lyn will set up your mobile landing page. The information on your mobile landing page can be updated as often as you like. You can even offer coupons through your QR code and those coupons can be shared via email, Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. How would you like to have one of your coupons go viral? To learn more about getting your dynamic QR code, contact Lyn Larson today!
QR Code Coupon Generator and Social Media Share Buttons
These are just a couple of the newer features that come with your QR code when you purchase the ProPack for less than 30 cents a day! You are easily able to change the coupon details and expiration date from within your dashboard.
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Laura, and I (aka the QR Divas at Divas Mobile Solutions) have really embraced QR codes and all the cool ways to use them. If you aren’t already aware, there are basically 2 types of QR codes – static and dynamic – and they each serve a purpose.
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FREE Business Card Software – Electronic Business Card – SavvyCard Review
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How to Search Facebook Old Posts – Search Facebook Groups
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