This week we also covered how you can create a QR code for your firm. Most attorneys using these codes, tend to use them for their marketing efforts. Our firm has begun incorporating their use into our daily practice. For what it's worth, I would like to share a little practice tip for small firms using online practice management.
If you use Clio or a similar web based program, you will notice each client has it's own specific url address. You can easily create a QR code pointing to this address. As we mentioned earlier, QR codes are very easy to produce. Just google "QR code generator" in google, and you will get a site that will easily create one for you for free.
Next, copy and paste the code into a mailing label. Stick it on your file.
(Editor's note: Place the sticky side towards the file. Do not lick the mailing label. Chances are it is self adhesive.)
Need info in a pinch. Simply scan the code on your file with your tablet computer, i Pad or smart phone and "abracadabra", your client info page in Clio will open on your phone. From there, you can easily access any linked documents, phone numbers, calendar events or billing records. Not only will this little trick make you more efficient, you will look really cool in front of your clients. And isn't that what really matters?