How To Create a QR Code from My Tracking Link?

QR Code (Quick Response Code) is a two dimensional code in the form of an image which is used to store information (like a link) in it. QR codes can be decoded using QR code readers. Most of the new generation smart phones can read this QR code. The code consists of black square dots arranged in a square pattern on a white background. Read more in Wikipedia

A QR code can be used to redirect and track a link. It is an image that represents your tracking link. To get the QR code image from the tracking link, just add the suffix “.qr” (with a dot) at the end of your ClickMeter tracking link. 

You can take a print out of the code or use it in any of your publications. It can be present in websites, blogs, print papers etc. When someone reads the QR code using a smart phone or any other QR code reader, it will open a new window in your Internet browser and will redirect the page to the tracking link's URL. This can be very helpful in tracking offline links. 

An example:
- Normal ClickMeter tracking link: 
- QR code image:

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