One drawback of qr codes is that some people are not familiar with QR codes. There are still a lot of people in society who do not know what the QR code stands for, although QR codes can be seen almost everywhere in our lives. Many companies trying to use QR codes to promote their own products as well as looking for potential customers, but if the customer does not know how to find the information through the QR code, they seem to may not purchase a product or service. Another major drawback of QR codes is that they rely on mobile devices or smartphones. The whole concept of a QR code and its benefits are based on its ability to be scanned by mobile devices. If consumers, like older people, do not have mobile devices or smartphones, qr codes are not good for them.[31]


You and I both know it would be! Well, the SOLUTION is to put automated information between YOU and your PROSPECT. So lets do the same voice broadcast or ringless voice drop to 1,000 prospects on a Tuesday afternoon but this time around, you use your (NEW) sms mobile number as a "buffer" between YOU and the PROSPECT. In other words, they have to go through your phone marketing system BEFORE they can get a chance to talk to you.

Texting is immediate, with nearly 100% of texts being opened and 93% of them being opened within 3 minutes of being received. You’re pretty much guaranteed that at least the first step required for lead generation, reaching your customer, is covered with SMS. In addition to the open rates, texting has another benefit. It puts the power of decision in the customer’s hands.
Once you've collected your mobile numbers, verified that you have followed all of your legal responsibilities you can start your SMS marketing campaign. I'd suggest using a 3rd party service provider to ensure that you are able to track the return on investment for your campaign, embed an unsubscribe message, and easily manage your SMS marketing database including unsubscribes. 
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