4C.net.au is a car site unlike any other, this is a non competative enviroment for car dealers whereby thay can advertise 1- 1,000 vehicles without fear of potential customers being distracted away by other dealers similar offers or vehicles.
The entire site has been designed and optomised for smart phone devices and generates QR (quick response) codes for the dealer on a per listing and total listing basis, making it possible to show an unlimited amount of information in limited space enviroments. (like newspaper media)
Ready To Adapt To QR Codes For Your Automobile Listings?
Using our state of the art Content Management System and your regular advertising, you can convert something as simple as a weekend liftout into a complete mobile showroom, displaying unlimited photos, uncapped descriptions and a user specific sales presentation. Start to use technology in a friendly way rather than an expensive one.
The Three Main Uses For QR Codes In The Auto Industry
1. On The Vehicles
Using a QR Code on the car is a clever way for customers to find out additional information, sure the form will list kilometers, price and history, but the QR Code will take the custoner to information like ride, handling, service history and work that has been done, it can also show an unlimited amount of photos from every angle in apealing conditions (great if current conditions are dark or the car is located in poor light.)
2.In Front Of Your Dealership
This is particularly handy if you have an enclosed yard, after hours potential customers can do far more than just look through the bars, fence or glass. They can have a complete list of available vehicles, detailed descriptions of stock including pricing and further contact details. Great if you have an after hours service.
3. In Traditional Advertising
This is the penultimate form of vehicle advertising, turn a simple (or in this case extravagant) add into a mobile showroom, give detailed descriptions, reports, contact information, pricing and an unlimited photo gallery all from a standard newspaper or magazine listing.
Customers love QR code scanning. According to a new report by ScanLife, QR code scanning has seen an 810 percent increase in just one year. The study also analysed the source and location of QR code scanning, finding that users are most likely to scan codes found in newspapers/magazines and on product packaging and do so while at home or in a store.
For automotive industry and aftermarket companies on the fence about QR code scanning and other mobile marketing initiatives, the time is now to start using this technology.
QR codes present a unique way for customers to obtain additional information about the vehicles and services that you sell. Customers use their cell phones to scan these two-dimensional barcodes. After they scan them they can see the following on their phones:
Discount Offers / Sale Items
Detailed Product information
Photographs of you Vehicles
Complete Lists & Descriptions of Your Floor Stock
To take advantage of this new and exciting opportunity contact us today.