It’s not a secret that QR codes are very useful; you only need to peruse through this site to find the many applications of QR codes in business and personal matters. A QR code generator will thus be an essential tool for you. Of course, with a lot of Web sites providing their own QR code generators, it is easy to get confused. If you do not already know how, visit this page to get to know how to choose a QR code generator.
1. It’s free. A QR code generator that you have to pay for is something like paying for rainwater. A lot of places offer this for free, and usually these free services provide what you need. Whether you want to encode a URL, a Facebook Like page or an image, you could get a QR code generator to do it for free.
2. It’s fast. In most cases, it takes only a minute to create a QR code.
3. It’s safe and secure. If you trust the site that you are sharing, then you can trust that your QR code won’t cause problems with the people who scan it. A QR code creator should help you share lengthy URLs efficiently and accurately. Except for URL shorteners, you must avoid a QR code generator service that forces you to go through their site first before resolving a URL. If the data goes to an untrusted third-party site before serving up your desired URL, then look for another QR code generator. The third-party site could learn a lot about you, the scanner and the sites they are scanning and this could create some security issues.
4. It’s measurable. If you want to know how many people from last week’s conference scanned the QR code off your business cards, then look up the analytics for your code. A good QR code generator, especially for codes used in business or marketing, should allow you seamless access to a system that tracks analytics and metrics tied behind the code.
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