• Forbes blog slams NYT blog for advertising on non-digital billboard (after reading about it in WSJ blog)

    Forbes blog slams NYT blog for advertising on non-digital billboard (after reading about it in WSJ blog)

    In another sign that digital out-of-home is starting to percolate into the general consciousness, a Forbes.com blog posted earlier this week took another tech blog to task for advertising on a …
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  • Will 2012 finally be the year for digital-signage-in-a-box?

    Will 2012 finally be the year for digital-signage-in-a-box?

    For a couple of years now I've been hearing about "digital signage in a box." In other words, an everything-in-one digital signage solution that a neophyte could buy and have up and running in hours. …
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  • What to look for in 2012

    What to look for in 2012

    The digital signage industry is only just beginning to hit its stride and move into more "non-traditional" areas such as education, hospitality, retail. We are seeing a rapid drive of broader-range …
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  • Looking ahead: What's the next thing you didn't know you couldn't do without?

    Looking ahead: What's the next thing you didn't know you couldn't do without?

    I almost never talk on the telephone anymore. Instead, I text, I email, I instant message. As recently as a couple of years ago, I never — and I mean never — texted or IMed with people; I …
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  • Passing the relevance test and getting engaged

    Passing the relevance test and getting engaged

    As a connected society, we are constantly barraged with information. E-mails, texts, calls, pop-ups, advertisements and conversations all vie for our limited attention most of the day. Our brains …
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  • Preparing for cannon fire

    Preparing for cannon fire

    I'm reading the newest book by Jim Collins, "Great by Choice," and I can't get enough of his work. His research is unlike any other business writer I know of. One observation he makes that really …
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  • Use digital signage to do more with less

    Use digital signage to do more with less

    At least 40 percent of my time is spent on the road attending and speaking at conferences, meeting with integrators and visiting their customer sites. It lets me see firsthand how they're using our …
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  • New study points to need for LED signage

    New study points to need for LED signage

    British entrepreneur Richard Branson, the creator of the Virgin brand, is like most other entrepreneurs in that he relies "far more on gut instinct than researching huge amounts of statistics" ("Leap:…
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  • If you build it, they will come. Really.

    If you build it, they will come. Really.

    When Mark Zuckerberg was developing Facebook, he knew it would resonate with people who wanted an alternative to MySpace. He knew that a great platform for social engagement would draw people to the …
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  • Getting engaged with digital in-store

    Getting engaged with digital in-store

    When it comes to fostering engagement at the point of decision, conventional and digital point of purchase (POP) have some obvious similarities and differences. Similar to conventional POP marketing …
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  • Capturing eyeballs, mindshare in a distracted world

    Capturing eyeballs, mindshare in a distracted world

    Digital signage has proven to be one of the most influential, most effective communications tools available for virtually any business or organization — including budget-conscious, small- to …
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  • The digital signage 'ecosystem'

    The digital signage 'ecosystem'

    I love buzz words. Every industry has them. Web 2.0. Web 3.0 (whatever happened to that?). Cloud Computing. In digital signage there's a phrase du jour as well: digital signage ecosystem. You can't …
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  • Digital signage and surgical shoppers

    Digital signage and surgical shoppers

    There has been a lot of discussion this year over the rise of the "surgical shopper." This is the breed of shopper who knows exactly what they want, approach a store with laser-like precision and …
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  • The path to purchase evolution: digital in-store

    The path to purchase evolution: digital in-store

    As the path to purchase continues to evolve, information and informational transactions are the catalyst to purchase. Shoppers are better informed than ever, thanks in large part to well-executed …
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  • What are the major limitations in your business?

    What are the major limitations in your business?

    Several years ago I left a manufacturing company and started my own business in digital signage, a new technology. I had many years of great experience and a good business education, so I was very …
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  • Trends point to continued growth for digital billboards

    Trends point to continued growth for digital billboards

    Digital billboards are a wonderful success story. In just 10 years, digital billboards have gone from introduction to widespread acceptance by billboard operators, advertisers and local zoning …
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  • What can digital in-store do?

    What can digital in-store do?

    Digital in-store mediums, such as digital signage and kiosks, are changing the way brands and retailers are able to communicate with shoppers. Digital signage utilizes technology to provide …
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  • DOOH makes presence felt on TV

    DOOH makes presence felt on TV

    In an interesting meta-contextual twist of a sort, digital signage and digital out-of-home advertising has started even being used as advertising via other media. Major brand television ads recently …
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  • Continual and constant improvement

    Continual and constant improvement

    Today I was reading a magazine that is read by most people in the restaurant business. I was shocked at the number of formerly successful restaurant companies that have filed for bankruptcy. I also …
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  • Bridging the communication gap with technology

    Bridging the communication gap with technology

    As we look ahead to 2012 and as multichannel paths to purchase grow in popularity and use, we consider how technology, specifically digital in-store technology, is working to bridge the communication …
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Digital Signage: It's not just for retail anymore
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The DSA, today and on into tomorrow
Digital signage marketing 101
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Selling Digital VS Traditional Menu Boards
Digital menu board tsunami, part II
Digital Signage: A Comprehensive Solution
The evolution of digital signage
An Integrated View of Digital Signage
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Speaking From a Content POV
Is 3D the next big thing?
Powering Brand Messaging With Screenmedia
Staying true to your brand
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