Flyer builder

What is the flyer builder and how do I use it?

The flyer builder is a graphic design tool that allows you to create your own artwork. It has features for editing images, graphics, and text, and is similar to the Canva editor. To use it, log in to the campaign builder and fill in the required information about your campaign and target audience. From there, you can choose to create an artwork and access all the features of the flyer builder.

What is the purpose of using a QR Code in my campaign?

A QR code, or Quick Response code, is a type of barcode that can be scanned with a smartphone or QR code reader to access information or a website. In the context of a marketing campaign, a QR code can serve a number of purposes, including:

  1. Measuring engagement: By tracking the number of times the QR code is scanned, or the "scan rate," you can get a sense of how well your campaign is performing and how interested your audience is in your message.

  2. Tracking individual performances: If you are working with Brand Ambassadors or other individuals to promote your campaign, a QR code can help you track their individual performance and see which strategies are most effective.

  3. Providing easy access to information or resources: By linking your QR code to a website or other digital resource, you can make it easy for your audience to learn more about your campaign or access related materials.

Overall, using a QR code can be a useful tool for increasing the reach and effectiveness of your marketing efforts.

Where is the best place to position my QR code?

As a key element of your marketing campaign, it is important to consider the placement of your QR code carefully. Here are a few suggestions for where to position your QR code:

  1. On the front of your marketing materials: By placing your QR code on the front of your flyers, brochures, or other materials, you can ensure that it is easily visible and accessible to your audience.
  2. In a prominent location: Choose a location for your QR code that is easy for people to find and scan, such as near the top or bottom of a page.
  3. At a reasonable size: Make sure that your QR code is large enough to be easily scanned, but not so large that it overwhelms the rest of your design.

Overall, the goal is to make your QR code easy to find and scan, while also ensuring that it is integrated seamlessly into your overall marketing materials.

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