It's time to look back at the most-read articles and blog posts on Digital Signage Today from the previous month, recapping the biggest news headlines in August.
Franchises across all industries — from restaurants to retail to hospitality — have adopted digital signage to stay current and meet customers' growing digital demands. As brands incorporate digital signage into more of their locations, is it becoming more difficult to manage and control it all?
For those of us in the digital display business, it's easy to understand why things like dynamic and conditional content are revolutionizing the outdoor advertising industry.
To create greater demand and generate maximum value from digital signage, businesses need to implement effective content strategies that fully capitalize on the potential of the medium.
In the world of digital signage, beacons, facial recognition and audience measurement have become regular vocabulary in our lexicon. But what was once "thought leadership" or a future idea, has since become possible through the tiny computers sitting in our pants pocket.
When it comes to creating a best-in-class mobile and digital experience for the retail consumer it’s about testing and learning, adjusting to new form factors and tapping high quality data.
Retail kiosks are changing the way customers engage with brands. With the increasing power of kiosk technology, store owners can showcase a targeted range of goods to each customer, feature loyalty promotions and even provide a fast and efficient payment process.
Digital signage has evolved into an interactive and personalized form of communication. It often proves to be the vital link for retailers to connect with their customers on a personal level.
The retail sector has come a long way from the days of the cheesy cardboard cutout display standing near a pile of products or welcoming customers to a new store selection.
Combining technologies like facial analysis tools and digital displays can enhance consumer experience while upping a brand's profitability and value.
Allwein Carpet One Floor & Home has a not-so-secret weapon to entice customers to visit its showroom: A new 3-foot-5-inch by 7-foot-3-inch video-quality LED sign.
Consumers are increasingly digitally savvy and expect an omnichannel retail experience. Many retailers are choosing digital signage as a secondary sales tool that can provide information, wayfinding and sell products — without them having to do a thing.
It's time to look back at the most-read articles, news and blog posts on Digital Signage Today from the previous month, recapping the biggest news headlines in July.
As digital out of home media continue to evolve, the role of software is increasingly important. Software is the gateway to processing the mass amounts of data now available to advertisers to shape and direct their messages, providing an unprecedented level of visibility into return on their media dollars.
The use of retail analytics in the world of brick-and-mortar retail is intensifying and constantly innovating as retailers use big data and qualitative data to maximize their engagement with customers, learn more about consumer behavior and increase transactional value.
Breakthroughs in methods of display-panel production have led to a considerable decline in cost and are predicted to positively affect digital signage market trends.
OLED offers a superior image quality based on better contrast, higher brightness, a fuller viewing angle, a wider color range and much faster refresh rates.
Appealing to our emotions, compelling consumer behavior and encouraging advocacy is at the heart of digital signage. While conventional content achieves this to an extent, there is one medium that makes use of consumer behavior and emotion more than any other: Social media.
It's time to look back at the most-read articles, news and blog posts on Digital Signage Today from the previous month, recapping the biggest news headlines in June.
Digital signage takes queue management to a new level. Queues involve customers waiting with little else to do, while digital signage is all about drawing the attention of viewers and engaging them with a message.