Really happy that we have been judged as being one of the most innovative companies in all of Essex!
What a great start to the week.
Good to see the two Booksellers Association ‘indie books of the month” on our Bookshop Screens.
This month it’s The Cat Who Saved Books by Sosuke Natsukawa (fiction) and Julia and the Shark by Kiran Millwood Hargrave & Tom de Freston (children’s).
I saw the poster on the left on the way home from work yesterday.
I’m pretty sure that they would have paid about double what would be needed to advertise on our convenience store screens for the same period.
The only difference would be that:
That’s it really. This or that.
Just a quick one to show off a little install I’ve just finished for a very unimportant client – me!
I’m always banging on about how versatile and good digital signage is, so I thought it was only right to have some here in the office, so I have built a screen outside the entrance to the office using an 8″ tablet.
It’s really good value as well with the whole installation coming in at around £200 should you want one. This includes the tablet, bracket/mount, cables, me configuring the whole thing so it works with your chosen CMS. The only thing is doesn’t include is installation itself (if you’re local I can do this for you, if not I can supply detailed instructions – this took less than 15 minutes to do) and it also doesn’t include CMS licence (with our preferred CMS this comes in at £90 for a year’s licence.
It’s perfect for an entrance to an office or meeting room and can run full motion animated content as you would expect – it can even play audio if you want to really annoy everyone.
In this example it plays mbcg content Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and then content for my wife’s business (Julie Court Nutrition) on Mondays & Thursdays when she has our office and I work from home.
Drop me a line if you would like to chat about getting one or more for your business or home.
I saw this the other morning when I was in the queue for McDonalds – yes it had been a heavy night the night before, I blame the England football team. Ignore my rubbish phone camera which has made the screen look like it’s got a big black line down the middle (it doesn’t have this in real life and is in fact a decent screen, as you might expect from a multi-billion pound corporation) but what’s the point of having digital signage when to make an announcement about something you stick a sheet of A4 over it?
Literally one of the main selling points of digital signage is its ability to put up temporary messaging quickly & accurately as and when you need it.
One of the things we love doing here is making the most of the reactionary possibilities that digital signage offers, whether that’s putting up temporary messaging from the venues/hosts, or quickly changing content from our advertisers. In fact, the quickest we’ve managed so far is 31 minutes from brief to the ad appearing (and that includes ad design!).
If you’re from McD’s and reading this, feel free to drop us a line if you need us to quote on managing your network/content – we’ll gladly offset some of the cost for a lifetime supply of Sausage and Egg McMuffins!!!