A QR code can easily link to any website, URL, or even multiple URLs at once. And when you make a QR code with Flowcode, you'll have access to customizable codes that you can update at any time. In this post, we'll share exactly how to create a Flowcode QR code that can redirect scanners to multiple web browsers and links. Read on to learn more.
You might be wondering whether it's at all possible to put multiple links in one QR code. The answer? It can absolutely be done! In fact, synching a QR code to a variety of links is an efficient way to drive your offline consumer to one central, online hub. Whether you want to include social media links, payment links, contact forms or website information, scanning a QR code can drive users to one destination featuring all these links in one spot.
Creating a QR code for a list of links is easy with the Flowcode Suite.
Step Two: As always, when setting up your Flowcode, you have the option to link it to a single website, video, venmo account, or social media profile. But if you'd like your Flowcode QR code to drive your audience to a set of multiple links, consider using a Flowpage for your scan destination.
Step Three: Once you've set up your Flowpage, all you need to do is add your Flowpage URL to your scan destination and voila! You'll have successfully synched a QR code to a set of multiple links.
What is Flowpage?
Flowpage is essentially a mobile-first, customizable landing page where you can easily add in links to all your important web pages and social profiles. It’s a breeze to create and update at any time, and it's one of the easiest tools on the market to bring your offline fans to one online location.
The best part about Flowpage is that on the backend, you can easily track valuable analytics and determine exactly how your audience is engaging with your page. You’ll be able to see click through rates, page views, top performing links, and even most popular device type.
Whether you’re creating a Flowpage to promote your social media platforms or boost app downloads, you can get started now with our distinct, pre-made templates that cater to your specific needs.
Want to create a Flowcode that links to your Flowpage?
Want more in-depth instructions on how to link a QR code to a Flowpage? Watch the tutorial below!
Bulk creating QR codes is a great way to save time and energy so you can avoid creating individual QR codes manually. If you want to create multiple QR codes at once, you can easily do so with Flowcode's QR Code generator. After selecting your scan destination, you'll be given the option to create one Flowcode or make many Flowcodes. Simply select the option "Make many Flowcodes."
Setting up your Flowpage is a straightforward and easy process once you have an account. Here are some step-by-step instructions on exactly how to create a Flowpage. And if you're looking for a more in-depth tutorial on how to set yours up, check out the Flowpage webinar below!
Engagement on social media: your social bios like Instagram, TikTok and your email signature are great places to share your Flowpage. If your fans or customers are already engaging with you digitally or online, it’s a great way to keep them in the loop.
Enhancing small business operations: If you’re a small business owner, consider placing a Flowcode in your storefront window or at the checkout counter. If you’re a coffee shop proprietor, for example, your Flowcode could drive to a Flowpage containing info about your coffee origins or important events at the coffee shop.
Amplifying your platform: when combined, Flowcode and Flowpage deliver a one-two punch that makes your platform stand out from the crowd. Not only is this a cost-effective way to drive website traffic and build awareness, but it’s the best way to tap into your offline fan and consumer base you might be missing out on.
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