Congratulations - you made the purchase of a digital display and have watched your ROI grow higher than you were probably expecting. Why? Because digital signage has become the new norm and your customers are noticing more of your advertisements. One of the next steps in your plan might be purchasing more displays, but there is a list of questions to ask before taking that leap. The biggest question will likely involve the content. How will your marketing strategy change with the addition of more screens and different sizes? The answer to that question will depend heavily upon your means to create dynamic content that grabs attention and compels people to act.
Landscape, or horizontal displays are the first choice in a digital display format. It’s the format viewers are most accustomed to. TV’s, YouTube videos, tablets and smartphones have made this format the standard. Installing a new landscape screen is usually the first step to adding digital signage in a business. A study from small business owners found that their revenue increased by 86% when installing new digital signs in their stores.
The holiday season is here! The decorations are hung about with care and end of year sales are higher than ever, but it still feels like you missed something. You can’t quite put your finger on it when you look around but your digital screens and video wall catch your eye. Wait, no holiday joy on your eye-catching digital signage displays? Don't miss out on creating a truly engaging holiday experience for your customers while boosting the bottom line. No matter the industry, there are some great ways for you to create a digital winter wonderland that will grab your customer's attention.
The first time walking into a sports stadium, whether you were a kid or adult, your eyes looked up and found the Jumbotron display set up either in the middle of the arena or on either side of the stadium. You sat down in your seat and was enveloped in the action around you, but could look up at the screen and see the close up plays and other fan-engaging graphics. At one point in the not-so-distant past, that display was the home run in the sports world. Now, the bigger game to play is bringing your audience into the stadium and not just watching it from their couch at home. A big factor in attracting more fans is deploying more digital displays around the venue to engage and interact with fans with the goal of immersing them in an unforgettable experience.
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.
Branding your business successfully is imperative to your company’s overall success and a logo animation is one of the most important brand communication tools. It offers a quick but clear and lasting visual snapshot of the company’s energy and identity. In a video, you only have a few seconds to get your brand featured, so you must make them count. Your logo or brand animation needs to stand out and leave your viewers with a positive, lasting impression.
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.