QR Codes For Event Badges Explained
We last left off in our discussion of how to design a fabulous event badge with the idea of generating a unique QR code for your upcoming event. Now, it’s easy and 100% free to generate your own QR code, but inquiring minds want to know: how will a QR code really help me keep my event organised? And how do they work again?
Well we’ve got the answers here for you. Read on to find out the best way to limit the labour of sharing information with your event attendees, all while keeping them neatly identified.
Smartphones Really ARE Smart
How many of your event attendees have smartphones? Chances are, especially if you are holding an event that has anything to do with technology, MANY of them do. And here lies the beauty and ease of a generating your own QR code.
Any QR code can be scanned by a smartphone just by the tap of a screen. All the smartphone owner needs to do is download a FREE app that reads the QR code, and they’re well are on their way to scanning all the info they can handle.
Your Event Needs a Website
The first step to connecting to your guests virtually and sharing information with them is to make a website for your event. No need to make it fancy, make it simple and user-friendly so that your guests find it informative and straight forward.
Making a website for your event not only serves as a savvy virtual communication tool, it also doubles as a smart marketing tool. Many events today allow invitees to register online, via their website. The internet has a much wider reach than almost anything else in the marketing world, so use it to your advantage.
Making a website for your event is just another way to limit the labour of spending time and money when it comes to organising your event before it starts.
The Grand Finale
And finally, making a website for your event enables you to direct any bloke who scans your unique QR code on their event badge straight to the website of your choice.
It’s a good idea to have some back up packets printed out for those who are a little behind in the technology craze and don’t have smartphones. But for the vast majority of people who do, save yourself a great deal of labour and money, and instead of printing paper, print event badges with QR codes.