Digital Signage for Employee Communications: Best practices & busted myths

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Learn how to bust the myths and get the most from digital signage. Find out how to blend digital signage into your comms strategy to drive engagement. And discover why digital signage matters to corporate and remote workers.

Digital signage is an underused vehicle that often fades into the corporate background. That’s a pity, because digital signage can engage a variety of audiences better than almost any other channel.

The myths about digital signage have turned it into an afterthought in internal communications. But those who don’t use it are falling behind.

Catch up. In this webinar, you'll:

  • Appreciate the strong role digital signage plays in employee comms strategy
  • Discover why it's not just a tool for non-desk employees
  • Learn to use digital signs for feedback, not just for broadcasting
  • Learn to write content that educates and entertains your audiences
  • Find out how to make digital signage a comms project—not just an IT project

Why is digital signage on the rise? Networks are stable and robust, and it integrates well with other digital channels. The use of internal video is increasing while cost is decreasing.

Learn how you can integrate digital signage with mobile apps. Gather tips for the steps you must take before you hang the first screen, whether it’s talking to your executives or to your employees.

Get started. Get Ragan Training.

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August 2015
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Presenter bio: 

Chuck Gose is a self-proclaimed Skyline Chili connoisseur and Duran Duran fan who has 15 years’ experience in marketing, corporate communication, employee communication and sales. At STRATACACHE, Gose is the subject matter expert in corporate communication. He aids communicators in blending digital signage and mobile technology into their communication.