[wlm_firstname], here are just a few ideas of how you can make good use of QR Codes ...
On business cards:
A fast and simple way to use QR Codes for your own professional purposes is to place them on business cards. Generate a barcode that directs scanners to your online resume, small business Facebook Page or a website to help new contacts find you or your clients faster.
On marketing materials:
You’ve got fliers, brochures, programs, handouts, whitepapers and a myriad of other materials in your marketing arsenal. Add QR Codes to direct viewers to a particular how-to video, send them to a Flickr photo set, get them to follow you on FaceBook, or point them to a mobile-friendly landing page that promotes a new campaign. Remember you can be doing this to promote yourself or a client.
In storefront windows:
Google is sending out QR code window decals to top local businesses with Google Place Pages. If they don’t send you one, steal the idea and generate your own QR code to place in your window or that of a potential client. You can use this code to take the scanners directly to your product sales page on your main selling site.
If you really want people to pay attention to your QR codes, make them good for something fun. INCENTIVISE. Say you’ve placed a QR code decal in a storefront window, why not reward those who scan it with 10% off their purchase or something for free? Give them something small to thank them for their patronage. Simply create a custom QR code for the freebie you want to offer.