The DST Top 5: September's top digital signage headlines
Clearly, digital signage readers are interested in content — and what they might be doing wrong with it.
As we take look our monthly look back at the most-read articles and blogs from the previous month, we have a repeat offender — our No. 4 piece this month, "The 7 deadly sins of digital signage content: What you're getting wrong," was our No. 1 piece in last month's top five recap.
Our No. 5 piece, "Digital signage graphics: Where to find them," is also about content.
And our No. 3 piece is "9 things about digital signage I'd tell myself if I could go back in time."
Still, our second most popular piece is a more recent posting, one that was almost guaranteed to generate controversy, "Is the digital signage media player close to extinction?"
And our top story is headed in an entirely different direction, with a look at how increasingly "Banks are banking on digital signage."
Without further ado then, here they are, in reverse order, the five most popular articles and blog posts, by pageviews, for the month of September:
Do you struggle to find new digital signage graphics to keep your communications exciting? You may have graphics at your fingertips and not even know it.
When integrating digital signage solutions into your business, you must consider more than just what technology you will be installing. The success or failure of your digital signage solution is entirely dependent on content, and here are seven of the most-common content mistakes businesses make.
Digital signage expert says if he could go back a decade, he'd tell himself to look out for a few things; anyone looking for a digital signage system today can save themselves a lot of time and trouble by checking them out.
Life as a digital signage media player may feel like a vulnerable place right now with System-on-Chip devices maturing on the market and gaining traction every day. But does that mean there's an asteroid headed the media player's way?
Now that so many day-to-day bank tasks can be accomplished on the Web or on a phone, financial institutions are changing how and what they focus on in the brick-and-mortar branch — and digital signage is the key to the vault.
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Christopher is the managing director of the Interactive Customer Experience Association and former editor of DigitalSignageToday.com. A longtime freelance writer and reporter, he's bringing a fresh perspective and critical take on the industry.www