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Three Uses for Your Retriever Digital Signage


If you’re already using Retriever Digital Signage in your workplace, you understand the economic and attention-grabbing value of a dynamic, colorful signage. But, often our customers install Retriever for one usage and overlook other ways they can be leveraging the power of digital signage in their business.

There are three ways that every company can use our Retriever Digital Signage to change the game with their business communication:

Engaging Content

If you want to be sure that your most important messages have the attention they deserve, you need to always be delivering value with your Retriever playlist. This approach ensures that people pay attention because they don’t write it off as a waste of time.

Valuable content can be anything from relevant reminders, weather forecasts, local news headlines, interesting facts, profiles on individuals in your company, encouragement, photos of your customers/employees. Avoid having outdated or too many ads on your playlist so that your message comes through loud and clear.

Important Announcements

When something crops up unexpectedly or all of a sudden, digital signage is an amazing way to get the word out quickly and visually across your entire organization.  Whether the news is good or bad, the digital screens posted around your company are the optimal place to communicate that information immediately.

Social Content

Your brand’s presence on social media has been carefully cultivated, so why leave it there? Your Retriever Digital Signage is setup to pull in your social feeds to engage your viewer with rich content. Using your digital signage to showcase your brand’s message to people in your physical space.

If you haven’t installed Retriever Digital Signage yet, there’s never been a better time. Click here to set up a free consult with one of our owners.

Colleen Cook

Colleen Cook

Colleen Cook works full-time as the Director of Operations at Vinyl Marketing in Ashland, Ohio, where she resides with her husband Mike and three young daughters. She's an insatiable extrovert who enjoys finding reasons to gather people.