Entertaining and informing gaming patrons is a never-ending goal of every organization. Many organizations have moved past the static images that informed guests while on property, but giving entertainment to patrons while they are waiting in line or walking through your resort is still lacking in many facilities. Digital motion media allows a continuation of the entertainment that the patron receives from their gaming devises and informs them of what is occurring throughout the facility – be it entertainment, food, special events, present offerings, special messaging or reinforcement of the great choice they made in gaming facility. The use of digital motion media can also be used in your social media and digital marketing offerings, therefore carrying your message from the facility to the outside marketplace.
You now have another way to engage your audience with your Facebook marketing efforts. Facebook officially rolled out a new batch of Facebook Page Cover Videos (as opposed to still images).
Continuity is one of the most important factors to consider when sending your message to your intended audience, no matter what medium is chosen. Many people focus solely on brand consistency which is a big part of brand marketing but continuity is equally important. Brand continuity is essential for success because it helps businesses reinforce their image. On average, a person needs to see a message or image about seven times, delivered in various ways to retain the message or image of an advertising campaign. It is important to realize that those seven different times your advertising message reaches your intended person, the message needs to be similar enough to be associated with those other six times they saw your advertisement. Brand continuity ensures that your business gains the market visibility, reliable image and competitive edge it needs.
Promoting live events to reach your ideal regional segment can be costly both in effort and funds spent. It has been statistically proven that people who are already at an arena or event center are significantly more likely to go to another event at that same venue and spread the message to friends and family about upcoming events they saw showcased. Promotion of live events should be focusing on the "low hanging fruit" of current patrons. For example, people attending a Bon Jovi event probably have younger children or grandchildren, making it an opportune time to promote your upcoming event "Muppets On Ice" on the existing digital signage displays throughout the building. They will remember this event because there is close relevance to their personal lives.
It's how you get it done. - also known as the Marketing Mix. This is an important fundamental concept to understand when strategizing the annual marketing plan. It is a set of marketing tools that a company uses to complete its marketing objectives in their predefined target market. When advertising products, companies use a combination of the mix’s 4 P’s to reach their goals. The 4 P’s are product, place, price, and promotion. These overlapping categories are changing as we become more dependent on technology because of Digital Disruption. In 2017, the use of video content in the marketing mix will only increase, and for good reason.
Repeatedly, I see articles about the increased “residual revenue” as a direct result of a digital signage installation and it causes me consternation. Why you might ask, because the digital signage (hardware) is merely a vehicle for the message. Big AV installation companies can mislead customers to assume that installing digital displays will automatically increase revenue. Wrong! Think of it this way: during the Super Bowl, companies have the ability to purchase “space” for commercials to be seen. If this purchased space does not have a compelling message and call-to-action, the commercial falls flat. The message is not remembered by the viewer and it does not increase revenue for the company. These Super Bowl advertisers need to create entertaining commercials that will grab the attention of the viewer.
No question about it: The major marketing trend of 2016 is visual marketing. Text lacks the power to communicate effectively, at least by itself; societal and technological shifts have changed the game. Mobile, desktop, tablet, and DOOH digital signage have all seen major changes in the past year.