Last weekend, I was intrigued to see this year’s tourism map for Ocean City, NJ and the full page of QR codes it contained that linked to local business sites. The only problem was that everyone I tried ended up at what was just the shop’s standard desktop site. Some even featured flash, which was useless on my iPhone.
If you’re going to the trouble to create QR codes for mobile access, the site it goes to should be mobile-friendly.
One easy and inexpensive way of doing that was introduced by Google this week. Using their Google Sites tool, you can access templates and design elements for creating mobile landing pages in just minutes.
They’ve got templates for restaurants, local businesses, lead gen, social, and eCommerce landing pages. Worth checking out.