— Will Corry (@slievemore) April 23, 2017
— Will Corry (@slievemore) April 21, 2017
Touch screen kiosks provide the perfect opportunity for event exhibitors to demonstrate apps, websites and branded content on a large scale. Large touch screens allow you to perform group demonstrations as opposed to single user walkthroughs on mobile devices.
For those looking for the best of both worlds, the Giant iTab is a touch screen kiosk that looks and acts exactly like a huge smartphone. You can load iOS and Android apps, so users can interact with all their favorite apps (AND the event app) on a giant phone. [more…]
Before events were posted on Facebook, the place to find social activities on the internet (back in the early 2000s) was Upcoming.org. Founded by Andy Baio, the site combined an event calendar with social networking, and everything was primarily sourced from the community.
Two years after Upcoming.org was founded, Yahoo acquired it in an effort to beef up its local content. But that experiment failed, and in 2013 Upcoming.org was shuttered.
— Giant iTab (@TheGiantiTab) March 29, 2017
This month’s MWLive conference and Insights Show gathered together spokespeople from across the marketing industry to discuss the topics that are challenging marketers today.
As you might expect from the name, data was at the heart of the discussions, but the shift was towards using it to improve consumer experience, particularly in the wake of increased automation.