QR Code: How I Used at Open House
I have been having a terrible time trying to figure out uses for QR Codes (besides putting them on flyers and sign riders). So yesterday, I had this bright idea and this is what I did.
I created sign in cards by using Avery 28877 Perforated Business Cards and created individual sign-in cards.
On the flip side, I printed instructions on how to download a QR Code Reader
After they filled out the card and downloaded the QR Code Reader, the gave the sign in card back to me.
And then I gave them the Special One Day Sale QR Code to scan
NOTE: Asking if they are working with an agent always seems like a trick question, so I asked for their agent's name instead. I either got the agent's name OR N/A.
I usually don't have a lot of success getting people to sign in at open houses on sign in sheets (mostly because of privacy issues I guess). But this worked perfectly for several reasons:
- People did not have to be concerned about other visitors viewing their personal information
- They got someting in return (QR Codes offering the chance to purchase the home at a special price)
- They learned about QR Codes and will now recognize them when they see them and be able to scan them.
I created a QR Code to a SPECIAL Postlets Webpage to reveal the QR Code (the QR Code on the left is not the one I used). Although I did not get an offer, visitors have until 5:00 to purchase at special price. And for the first time, everyone who visited the open house signed in.
Another good way to use QR Codes at Open Houses is for Giveaways. You can give away
Prizes (i.e. $5 Starbucks Card, etc)
Have QR Code drawing (put codes in fishbowl)
Offer FREE Home Warranties
The possibilities are endless
NOTE: I had downloaded several QR Code Readers, but ScanLife was the first that I have downloaded that works like a charm. I highly recommend it.