The QR Code Statistics you have been looking for – infographic

March 5, 2011 — 13 Comments

As you know I’m a big fan of QR Codes. Since mid last year QR Codes have been on the rise in terms of use by brands, and with the growth of smartphones more people are scanning QR Codes but many people are saying show me the numbers. JumpScan a company that combines all your contact and social media information in a QR Code provides us with some much needed QR Code statistics to show who’s using QR Codes, what mobile platform people are scanning QR Codes with, and some background information on the history of QR Codes in the infographic below.

Top Social Media Brands: Infographic
via JumpScan, tip Mashable

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13 responses to The QR Code Statistics you have been looking for – infographic

  1. What do you think about QR and Augmented Reality? Is it possible that AR kill QR? Or the future of both tools is a collaborative existence?

  2. Hey Wayne: Excellent piece of information. I have been search for something like this..Please sharing some cool statistics like this. Can you share a list of tools which can help me generate QR codes and as well as track them. (Free tools if possible)

  3. Hi Wayne,
    Thanks for sharing this infographic. As it turns out, our agency has created an infographic on 2D codes as well, focusing more on the marketing applications and choosing the right code for your needs. It’s available at http://j.mp/ewhszT – feel free to copy and/or share!

  4. I found a site called http://www.QRola.com that offers free qr codes for personal use as well as business & events.

  5. There has been something larger than the one used in the Audi commercial.  Last year a code was sighted and photographed on a large multistory apartment building I think in Korea, or at least somewhere else in Asia.  The QR code led to a website with information about the complex, some of that was for prospective tenants if I recall correctly.

  6. Interesting, du you know where I can find stats for the Nordic market (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark)? Thanks,
    Nina

  7. Our best solutions for QR Code creation is at http://www.qrblaster.com  many options for creation along with his quality design versions

  8. It’s not a study, how many people was asked? Because I don’t see any information about this. And what kind of sources are these datas from?

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