Saying goodbye to QR codes

Remember back all the way to 2011 when QR codes were all that?  Agents put the little buggers on everything including their web sites which lets face it was just plain silly.

In April of 2011 I invented the QR code open house sign:

QR Code Sign

QR Code Sign

Each sign has two codes on it.  One QR code links back to your special 1.0  template agent web site that has not been optimized for mobile browsers and the other QR code says right or left so that the buyer can find the open house.  

It is recommended that at least 10 of these be set up for each open house to get the maximum exposure.  There is also a one QR code option that calls up a page that requires the potential client to provide name, email address and phone number so they can see a page with the address of the home on it.

Don’t let another buyer drive by your open house signs without visiting your web site. Don’t pass up the opportunity to turn a drive by into a lead capture. Get these signs today!

Even though my QR code sign idea was freaking brilliant it just never caught on. For some reason after the great QR code frenzy of early 2011 agents just don’t use them anymore.  The webinars and ebooks will all be thrown upon the great trash heep of real estate agent wisdom and brillance.  Even though QR codes were not just for Realtors they are such an important part of out marketing history. . . sniff.


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