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Going Green with Digital Signage

Going Green with Digital Signage

Relaying information to customers has been a battle since business was born. Companies have spent countless dollars in an attempt to capture consumer’s attention and communicate their message. Traditional marketing has required companies to print newspaper ads, mail ads, flyers, posters, and billboards, all of which have a significant impact on the environment. In the old days, consumers tended to be either unaware or uncaring, but in the last 15-20 years, an environmentally conscious movement has been making its way to the masses. Consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the impact they have on the environment, and many are electing to support companies who show environmental responsibility.

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return on your digital menu board investment

Getting a Return on your Digital Menu Board Investment

Many businesses are sitting on the fence about digital signage. Some don’t seem to see the point, while others claim it’s too expensive. The one thing that remains clear is that digital signage is not going away, and there are countless reasons why. Before your dismiss digital signage, consider the potential return on your investment

Say goodbye to printing fees.
First, consider the limitations of traditional media. Printing signage takes time, and if supply or prices change, costly reprinting fees are often impossible to avoid. Flyers are costly, and it’s almost impossible to track how well they perform. These problems limit most small business owners in the ways they communicate with their customers. Digital menu boards, on the other hand, are sleek and agile. They lend necessary marketing tools to small business: The backbone of our economy.

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Light at the End of the Tunnel

Light at the End of the Tunnel

We can all agree that the economy looks bad. Unemployment is up, and profits for many companies are thinning out or disappearing altogether. It’s depressing out there. Some business owners will simply resign themselves to their fate, and hope the economy begins to pick up. But there are things business owners can do to drum up their own business. Instead of standing idly by while these intense economic waves crash against their life’s work, these owners take action to boost their sales and increase their brand awareness. Digital signage can be an innovative and eye-catching way to do just that. Countless businesses of all sizes are investing in the technology for use in their brick and mortar locations. Digital signage works. And luckily, it doesn’t have to break the bank.

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3 Tips for Content Creation

3 Tips for Content Creation

Good digital signage depends on attractive, dynamic content designed to draw attention and push product. Without good content, your powerful new technology may fall flat in the view of your customers, ultimately rendering it useless. To take advantage of your digital signs, try using the following tips to take your content to the next level.

Be patient

Developing effective digital campaign takes time. The more thought you put into your digital marketing campaigns, the more you will be able to get out of them. In order to most effectively sell to your customer base, you need to know who they are and what they want. You need to know what kind of media they consume so you can effectively emulate it. After you know what your customers want, you can create content.

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Start Swimming in this Down Economy

Start Swimming in this Down Economy

For most businesses, it’s a sink or swim economy out there, and swimming means keeping up with ever-changing consumer expectations.

There is a famous story about Coca-Cola and Moxie Cola that illustrates this point. Most people haven’t heard of Moxie Cola, and there’s a reason why. Before the Great Depression, both beverage companies were fierce rivals, but when the stock market crashed in 1929 and times were tight, Moxie decided to cut their advertising program in favor of purchasing sugar for their product. Coca-Cola did exactly the opposite, bolstering their advertising campaign instead. It was a risky move, but look at Coca-Cola now. Moxie didn’t go under, they’re still around today, but they are nowhere near the global powerhouse Coca-Cola has become.