Reach your audience in their own language with a multi-country QR Code
Create a single QR Code for all the countries you operate in.
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One QR Code to your all multiple websites
From multinational companies to transatlantic logistics, add all your links together in one place.
Have a diverse customer base?
Businesses that are global in scale and have websites in multiple languages can use one single QR code to link to all versions of their site.
Better yet, the code will detect where a person is located and take them to the corresponding site!
So, customers who scan the code in Germany will be taken to the German site and customers who scan the code in Spain will be taken to the Spanish site, etc.
This makes it easy for your followers to peruse your website in their native language and saves them from having to find the right version or translation of your site.
How does a multi-country link QR Code work?
When a person scans the code, it identifies their location and takes them to the appropriate website.
This makes it easy for people to view your site in their own language, saving them the time to find the translate button.
Making it easy and simple
Facilitate your audience to access your right website
Make it simple for your audience to get the appropriate version of your website with a simple scan. The quicker you can get them to the correct version, the quicker you can get them to take action.
Make it unique
Boost scan numbers by making your code individualized.
Branded short URL +
Your brand’s colors +
Your brand’s logo = A super scannable QR code!
Measure your QR Code success geographically
Follow the data to see how your little QR code is making a big impression on your customers. Find out when it was scanned, find out where it was scanned and find out how many times it was scanned. It’s all in the data!
How do I make one?
To start, you need a QR code generator and you just happen to be on the site of the best QR generator around.
- Click “Create QR Code.”
- Select “Multi-Country Links” as the type.
- Click “Add a Country.”
- Insert the URL for that country and click “Add Link.”
- Repeat for all versions of your site.
- Click “Save and Apply Changes”
Voila! That’s all you need to do to make a multi-country QR code.
If you want, you can also add a “Fallback URL,” which is used when a person scans the code from a country that you have not added to your code.
Your fallback URL can be anything you want, like a default version of your site, for example.
If you leave this space blank, the person who scans your code will see your list of countries. They can then choose the country that suits them!
What else can I do with it?
Once you have created your QR code, you can go ahead and adapt it to your specific branding and needs, by:
- Customizing it with colors and logos.
- Editing the shortened URL to include your brand name.
- Downloading it in a variety of file formats.
- Password protecting it if necessary.
- Connecting your Google Analytics account.
- Adding a redirect page with a branded message.
You can also create a landing page template to use for your codes and so much more.
Why use dynamic multi-country QR Codes?
Be national, be international
Your audience can be anywhere. Let them choose what’s right for them. Give them the tool to access their preferred language with one QR code.
Add your brand name to the URL and your brand logo and colors to the code. Be creative and increase brand awareness. People are more likely to notice and scan a customized multi-country code.
Dynamic multi-country QR codes provide you with tons of useful information like the times they were scanned, the countries they were scanned in and the frequency of those scans.
Add more language/country-specific URLs when you get them or change the existing URLs as necessary. Edit the code as many times as you need to.
Showcase your brilliance
Print your QR code in a variety of high definition formats that look amazing regardless of their size, what medium they are in or what country they are in. We would love to help you choose the right format.
Any tips about using multi-country link QR Codes?
Absolutely! We love helping out.
In addition to languages, multi-country QR codes can also be used to show specific content based on the country.
For example, you can have a promotion that runs in Portugal, and a different one that runs in Brazil. With a multi-country QR code, you can send people to the proper content so they see the promotion that is running in their part of the world, even if those countries speak the same language.
How great is that?
There are lots of different ways you can share your link. Here are just a few suggestions:
- TV commercials
- Online videos
- Direct mail
- Table tents
- Business cards
- Email signatures
- Work vehicles
Posters, billboards, and physical product packaging are all superb places to put your app store QR code.
When people see your code, your product or service will be top of mind at that moment. Giving them a simple way to download your app will prompt them to download it right then and there.
Advertise your app code on websites and in magazines and clearly explain how downloading your app will make your customers’ lives better.
Share your app store QR code on social media along with a link people can click. If they are using their phones to browse social media, a simple link will work, but if they’re using their laptop, that’s where the QR code comes in handy.
How to scan a QR Code?
Virtually all iOS and Android phones nowadays have QR code scanning capabilities built into them. Please click here for a detailed guide on scanning QR codes.
If you have an app that adds value to your customer’s lives, getting them to download it is key. Giving them a quick and simple way to get your app on their phones will lead to increased downloads.
An app store QR code is a smooth, straightforward way to direct customers to your app that saves them steps along the way. Any time you can make things easier for your audience, it increases the chances of them doing what you want them to.