Do your books have QR Codes?
QR codes are those square-shaped blotches that look like smudged thumbprints. They show up now on thousands of different products, including the bills we receive. I’ve noticed them on the back covers of the new books I’ve bought recently.
Using a QR code generator, you can program one of a number of different kinds of data into the patterned block. QR codes can be an easy way to link readers with your complete backlist, rather than by incorporating endless lists of titles or URLs into your book’s back cover, front matter or back matter. Readers who have a QR code scanner can jump to your catalog or directly to your retail pages, where they can fill their shopping carts with your books and then sign in to complete their purchases.
Free QR code generators are available for download; however, not all generators are created…
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