For businesses that need to generate QR codes in batches exclusively for their apps or websites, QR code API is the way forward, opening up a path of opportunities to upscale and kick-start their marketing strategies and brand-building initiatives.
What is QR Code API?
QR Code API is an application programming interface that you can integrate into your website or application to create numerous, custom QR codes of your choice.
From employee ID generation to product packaging and many more, incorporating QR code API can help you drastically reduce manual effort and easily cross off every task on your checklist.
5 quick & easy steps on how to create batch QR codes through the Beaconstac API
Step 1: Get your authorization token
On your Beaconstac dashboard, click on your name at the top right corner of your screen, select Account, and get your authorization token.
Step 2: Select the type of QR code
Select the type of QR code you want to create in bulk. The different types of bulk QR codes are:
Please note that currently, the QR code API is limited to creating static bulk QR codes.
To create dynamic QR codes in bulk, you can do so using our Zapier integration.
Step 3: Create a CSV file
Create a CSV file that contains all your batch QR code data. One CSV file can contain up to 100 entries to create 100 QR codes. If you wish to create more, you can repeat the process after downloading the zipped file.
To understand which data format to follow, here’s a sample CSV file of batch website QR codes.
Step 4: Create your batch QR code collection
For this step, you’ll need the help of a developer to create your batch QR code collection via the API.
Pass the CSV file along with the design attributes, authorization token, and other fields such as QR code type and name of the bulk QR code collection through the cURL request. You can customize the design by modifying the attributes of the bulk QR code object.
Here’s an example of a cURL request and its response:
Check out our QR code API for more information.
Step 5: Download your batch QR code file
You can now download your batch QR code collection using the link from the ‘storage_url’ field (refer to the cURL response image above).
You’ll get a zipped file of your batch QR codes in four formats: PNG, JPEG, PDF, and SVG.
4 benefits of batch QR code API for websites and apps
You can automate the generation and updation of batch QR codes with the integration of a robust batch QR code API with your website or app. Automate your marketing workflows and become more action-efficient.
#2. Creation of multiple types of batch QR codes
With a suitable QR code API, you can create multiple types of batch QR codes to match your campaign requirements, be it location-based landing pages or employee vCards for your agency.
Beaconstac’s bulk QR code generator offers the following types of batch QR codes:
- Plain Text
As your business expands, so will the demand for more QR codes. You can use batch QR code API to generate as many QR codes as you need for a variety of use cases. It’s a highly scalable and reliable solution for your business and can help you achieve a better ROI.
#4. Flexible customization
Batch QR code API also lets you customize your QR codes the way you want. Besides the color and logo, Beaconstac’s QR code API lets you also customize the following:
- QR code eyes
- QR code pattern
- Background color and image of the QR code
- QR code frame
- Color gradient for all of the above
This is a crucial benefit since you have the ability to set your brand tone across your batch QR codes – right from the color scheme to the logo. Brand representation plays a huge role in acquiring more customers.
“Consistent brand presentation across all platforms increases revenue by up to 23 percent.”
Use Beaconstac’s QR code API to generate batch QR codes
From branding campaigns to fostering customer loyalty, Beaconstac’s QR code API lets you generate an unlimited number of customized batch QR codes to cater to your every need. It’s a sturdy and efficient solution that can help you bridge the gap between offline and online marketing, hassle-free.
This blog was originally published on November 26th, 2020 at 09:37 am