#2 You cannot track the performance of a static QR Code
When you create a static QR Code using add-ons, you cannot track your QR Code campaign performance. However, with Beaconstac’s dynamic QR Code, you can track your QR Code campaign and access data like the number of scans, location, device type, etc.
#3 You have limited access to QR Code formats
Most add-on QR Code generators let you download QR Codes only in PNG format. Therefore, you do not have the flexibility to change the QR Code dimensions. If you increase the size of the QR Code, it can get pixelated, rendering the QR Code unscannable.
On the other hand, you can download a dynamic QR Code in various formats like PDF, JPG, PNG, EPS, and SVS.
Benefits of using a dynamic QR Code for Google Slides
If you’re a frequent presenter, check out these benefits you can leverage using a QR Code for presentations:
#1 Easy to share and view slides
Google Slides QR Codes allow you to share your presentations across various touch points, virtually anywhere.
It could be on posters, print ads, social media, T-shirts, and websites—virtually anywhere! This makes it easier for users to access your slides whenever and wherever they are.
#2 Flexibility to edit destination of QR Codes
Beaconstac’s dynamic QR Codes provide you with the flexibility to alter your QR Code destination with ease.
You can redirect your QR Code to an updated link without creating a new QR Code. You can even share multiple presentations by creating QR Codes in bulk.
Innovative ways to use QR Codes within a Google Slide presentation
Besides the ease of sharing, QR Codes can also be included in your presentation for various purposes. Here are some benefits of using QR Codes in Google Slides:
Improve networking at events
People working in the corporate sector, like salespeople, can leverage QR Codes in Google Slides by adding their Digital Business Card at the end of their presentation.
A digital business card or virtual business card is the cutting-edge version of the traditional business card. It allows people to share vital personal or business information through multiple contactless methods. It gives access to first-party data and monitors user engagement.
Business owners often use Google Slides to pitch new ideas to investors. They also use it to communicate with their target audiences, like customers and retailers.
However, viewers may need a nudge to recall products or services after a presentation. A simple solution to enable a higher product recall could be embedding a PDF QR Code in Google Slides.
For instance, you can include a catalog of your products and services in a PDF QR Code. Upon scanning the QR Code, audiences can view and download the catalog on their smartphone. You can also check out BrightCarbon’s Ultimate Guide if you need more inspiration for your Google Slides presentation.
Use it in school presentations to engage students
Educators can boost student engagement by putting a website QR Code on their Google Slides.
For instance, upon scanning the QR Code, schools could redirect students to their school webpage or a personalized landing page where they can download course materials.
You can also conduct a quiz toward the end of a presentation. Use a form QR Code and let students scan and participate in the quiz.