QR codes on product packaging promote customer engagement and brand awareness, as well as knowledge about the product itself. The more transparency the customer has, the more they are going to trust you and continue to purchase more from you instead of choosing another brand. 57% of US and 62% of global consumers trust brands based on product orientation and 33% of US consumers do not have the means to waste money on a bad purchase. Educating your customer regarding product knowledge is a value-added comfort that can easily be done with QR codes, where there isn't enough space on printed materials on the item.
Printing more paper and ink packaging to share the same messages as can be shared on a landing page linked to a beautiful QR code, is not eco-friendly. In addition, it is easy to change a dynamic QR code whenever you want to make an update or edit without printing new packaging. Many companies are turning to this sustainable option in 2021.
You can track every scan in Supercode's analytic dashboard to receive exact numbers regarding the scans, check valuable feedback, and have a measurable campaign, which cannot be done by printed packaging materials alone.
There are many free QR code scanning apps that are easy to use for any customer with a smartphone. No need to sign into a website on a computer. They just scan the QR code that is directly linked to the landing page of your choice, which should be mobile optimized.
If you want customers to follow you on social media, play a game, read a recipe, and more, just place a clear message on your beautifully designed QR code, with your logo and colors on it for easy recognition.
There are various ways to get customers in touch with you for any suggestions, returns, complaints, customer service issues, orders, and more. Use a QR code to route consumers to specific customer service email addresses, e-commerce stores, customer service phone numbers, social media sites, and websites.
Use a QR code on product packaging to route to a cool contest to win products or just give something fun that's value-added with your product. This will attract new customers and even get the present customers scanning. Contests are also incentives that foster customer loyalty.
Create a QR code that goes to the recipe section of your website, or to an app. Use multiple ingredients and products from your brand to expand consumers' knowledge of your products.
Make it simple for customers to order, re-order, and subscribe to regular home delivery services by connecting a dynamic QR code to your mobile commerce shop. The convenience of m-commerce shopping will increase sales.
Partner up with a musician and get them exposure while you add value to your product. Place a QR code on packaging that leads to a free music download and it's a win-win for the company, the artist, and the customer.
Building furniture or fixing appliances is much better when there is a video involved. Add a QR code to any manual to have a visual representation of how to build or fix the product. This is especially useful for international markets who speak different languages.
If you sell a product that can be used for more than one thing, demonstrate that on your landing page with a nicely branded QR code printed on your packaging.
Creating QR codes on Supercode is easy and takes seconds. Here is a quick guide on how to create QR codes for product packaging to achieve your marketing goals.
Creating a code on Supercode is easy and takes seconds. Choose the type, the link or the content to include and click on save when you are ready.
Design the QR code to match your branding guidelines and make your code attractive for customers.
Add customizable categories for new folders in the Supercode dashboard. Or, add your new QR code to a preexisting folder, both of which you can share with your marketing and management teams.
Scan the code by directing your phone camera on it and check if all the content displayed is correct. To make changes, simply go back to the dashboard and edit the code.
Print the code on packaging and make it stand out with messages about special offers, incentives, and value-added games and contests.
Visit the analytics dashboard to get more information about how your QR codes are performing.
Learn how to make QR codes in bulk with our Bulk QR code generator here.
Wineries can now use QR codes to send consumers to their website to share about wine tasting events, show videos about the winery and how the products are made, and even order and reorder by cases from nearby vineyards.
Geodeo has put QR codes on the back of its natural deodorant packages for a full list of ingredients after reformulating their product. This is a fantastic idea for consumers with sensitive skin and allergies who need to know what is in products when the packaging doesn't have the space to explain in detail without wasting more paper materials.
Tangle Teezer uses a QR code on their packaging to prove that products are genuine and to protect against counterfeits. They also specify that products are all from the UK and that all packaging is grammatically correct so customers aren't disappointed by a false product.
Small Batch Coffee offers a home delivery subscription connected to the QR codes on their packaging. This is an amazing way for customers to never miss out on receiving products that are personalized for them in regards to shipping and convenience. For companies it promotes customer loyalty and contributes to monthly revenues.
EK Water Blocks makes an eco-friendly effort to print a QR code on the boxes of their packaging to save plenty of printed paper and ink. Their objective was to save trees while giving the same quality instructions to their customers. When customers scan the barcode they get an instructional PDF straight to their smartphones.