Digital Signage Content: Custom Created vs. Template Driven

August 13, 2019 at 10:02 AM / by Kara Fleck posted in Digital Signage, Video Content Marketing, creative agency, custom content

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There are many different thoughts, ideas, and goals that run through your head when deciding to invest in digital signage for your business. The biggest thought is often based around what content is going to run on your digital screens! You’ve done your research, seen what your competitors are doing, and are ready to install the screens. The big, empty screens are waiting to be filled with content for your audience to see. There are different options when planning and creating your digital signage content; two of the biggest design options are Custom Creation versus Template Driven. Both content creation options will help fill your screens, but they will likely produce different results and have a different effect on your audience. Here are some major factors to consider when deciding which is right for your business.

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What To Consider Before Creating Video Wall Content

August 27, 2018 at 11:48 AM / by Todd Rickenbach posted in General, Digital Signage, Video Walls, video content, creative agency

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The key medium for engaging customers, promoting brands, and delivering messages to the masses is through digital signage, but this medium can go a long way beyond this, as digital displays are rapidly used to create an exciting, engaging and unique aesthetic.

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Offering Value Added Services Through Creative Partnerships

June 9, 2017 at 10:46 AM / by Lindsey Vandermaas posted in General, creative agency

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Fill the holes in your creative agency and offer value added services to your clients through partnerships with smaller, complementing agencies. Your clients will love you for it.

The majority of marketing and advertising agencies have no more than 10 employees. According to the U.S. Bureau Census, 68% of the 50,000 registered agencies have only 5 workers. This type of small, intimate company does not have the financial and labor resources that a large agency would have to employ a large creative staff experienced in all types of media, production and creative design. However, there are many advantages to having a smaller team compared to the larger agencies and in-house corporate marketing departments. 

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