QR codes on Websites can be used for a whole array of things:
You can generate QR code for websites in 8 easy steps:
Select an efficient and easy to use QR code generator like Beaconstac’s generator. Beaconstac allows you to create QR codes for free without getting you to sign up and use them for unlimited scans for free forever.
Fill in the relevant details in the QR code generator depending on the type of QR code chosen.
No need for black and white QR codes anymore. You can change the background and foreground color and add your own logo to QR code. You can do all this for free on the QR code generator by Beaconstac.
You can have a static QR code on your website or you can have a dynamic QR code that changes with your ever-evolving needs. With a dynamic QR code, you don’t have to upload new QR codes every time you update your offering.
Once you enter all the details, click on ‘Generate’ to generate QR code. You can now test your QR code to ensure it works as intended.
Download the QR code in the required format - PNG, SVG or EPS.
An added benefit of having QR code on websites is that you can track the analytics by analyzing the number of QR code scans and also get insights such as time, date and country of the scan. Beaconstac also provides integration with Google Analytics to help you gather deeper insights.
Website QR codes come under the broad category of URL QR codes. You can use a QR code to redirect your users to a custom landing page or your website. This can be used on flyers, posters, digital signage and on newsletters.
All users have to do is scan the QR code for less than a couple of seconds and this will direct them to the website.
Point your smartphone’s camera at the desktop and wait for a couple of seconds. You will see a link pop up that you can click on. If you’re using Android 9, you can also save the QR code on your phone and scan it later using Google Lens in your image gallery.