BeQRious is very proud to be among the few QR code companies that are mentioned on the US Postal Service’s Mobile Commerce and Personalization Promotion.
USPS has been at the forefront of using QR code technology for its services. The promotion is aimed at making businesses aware that direct mail is still an effective marketing strategy and how mobile barcodes such as QR codes could help enhance that.
BeQRious has been helping a lot of companies come up with their own QR codes via our free QR code generator. Indeed, as time goes by, we have developed and improved the generator with much more options, such as adding color and an image. In short, we have made generating your own QR code not just very easy but also much more fun.
More than this, we have also been providing tracking services that give you a lot of useful data about your QR codes. We make it possible for you to know when and where your QR codes were scanned, what campaigns give you more ROI, as well as other information. All of these data give you the ability to know if your QR code marketing efforts are worth it and what you could do to get more out of your existing campaigns.
But more importantly, we think that our best contribution to the widespread adoption and acceptance of QR codes nowadays is the educational articles we give you and the relevant QR code-related news that we help disseminate. Time and again, BeQRious comes out with various materials that help you do your QR code marketing right: the best practices, new ideas, and what other companies or brands have been doing.
So it is with great pride that we find one of our materials, BeQRious: How QR Codes® Work, listed as one of the recommended resources on the USPS site.
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