QR.me is a free social utility designed to share web content with the real world, letting you turn just about anything into a link: a wall, a tree, a shop window, a t-shirt, a pin, a concert poster, a wine bottle, a business card, your own body, the sky’s the limit…
uQR.me enables you to connect your online life to the actual one, expanding your horizons, broadening your networks and getting your word out.
How does it work?
It’s dead simple.
Step 1: register to get your QR code. You’ll get a unique uQR.me username and a personal QR code.
Step 2: set up your QRlink to connect your QR to whatever resource on the Internet you want: your website, your blog, your Facebook page, a Youtube video, a Soundcloud track, you name it… You can also embed your vCard in it and have your personal uQR.me leaf, where you can easily upload texts, pics and videos.
Remember, your QR code will always stay the same, but you can change your QRlink any time you want, automatically updating all of your QRs.
Step 3: print or stick your QR on any real object you want. People will spot it on the go through their handsets and check the contents you want to share.
What can I do with uQRme?
You can share, connect, inform, involve, express, advertise, sell… You decide what uQR.me is for.
Do you have a blog? A band? Imagine people spotting your QR at the bus stop and checking your latest post or your new song while they’re waiting. Are you a consultant or a retailer? Imagine your LinkedIn profile or your e-shop embedded in your business cards.
Maybe you’re moving to a different office building or changing your phone number. Just put your QR on those brochures and you’ll be able to remotely update your info anytime you want.
If you’re in the real estate business and spending too much time showing apartments all around town, you can print your QR in the announcements and connect them to a virtual tours of the homes.
If you’re sending invitations for a trade exhibition you could enclose QRs in them and easily trace people at the entrance.
You can seed a viral video, show your portfolio, have people join your campaign or answer a survey, book a room in your hotel or bid on an auction. All this without you being there.