Future for QR Codes and Their Replacement

Future for QR Codes and Their Replacement

Future for QR Codes and Their Replacement | QR4U.in

Yes, it’s true, QR codes have faded over the past several months, but many feel they are making a strong come back as they are becoming more visually appealing; thus, encouraging users to click the codes. In fact, QR code use has reached an all time high in European countries.

As marketing firms and companies work to make the on-the-go advertising more attractive, it’s believed the future for QR codes will be strong. However, consumer knowledge of the QR code needs some help. Many consumers see a QR code and still have no clue what it is or how to use it. To solve this problem, companies are turning to tutorials and webinars to educate their customers.

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