What are static and dynamic QR codes?

Static QR Codes encode the final data, which is displayed after a scan, for instance, a wedding invitation information. In the case of static code, the request doesn't go to the server, so it can not be recorded or tracked.

However, Dynamic QR Codes embed the URL to data so that after scanning, the URL opens in the browser, and the user is then shown the actual data on the resulting page or redirected to another URL.

Dynamic QR codes are very powerful; their content can be changed at any time, umpteen number of times without having to change the actual QR Code. This reduces the time, cost, and effort to re-print new QR Codes. You may virtually add an infinite amount of data against the QR Code and in any format, e.g., audio, video, images, AR, VR, and landing pages.

On Dynamic QR Codes, all the scans can be monitored and tracked, giving you a rich set of analytics to measure and improve the performance of your campaign(s). Create Dynamic Codes through our QR Code generator online.

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