Who might use myadscreen? Background and Testimonials.
Advertising screen technology became generally available a few years ago when the cost of larger Plasma and LCD screens reduced to a level that made them affordable for many businesses (and homes).
In Australia adscreens initially showed up in places like mobile phone stores, real estate agencies, shopping malls and fast food outlets.
Now you can see examples of them in virtually every retail sector, and many other locations such as schools, gyms, banks and Government departments.
Because of its simplicity and affordability myadscreen appeals to a wide range of business, particularly independent stores or those that might be part of a franchise group. These businesses often don’t have the generous advertising budgets of large department stores etc. The idea of having all the benefits of their own in-store adscreen from as little as $10 a week* can be very appealing.
Further, we can even show you how to completely offset any costs involved, and even make a profit from your own myadscreen system.
Following are some examples of typical myadscreen users and their comments on what they like about the system:
“Myadscreen is a great addition to our marketing campaign, running 12 hours a day, 7 days a week outside a busy cafe and supermarket. Our 42″ LCD screen enables us to promote monthly specials, latest fashion trends and services. More importantly the system allows us to create and maintain the ads ourselves without the need to use outside help.
Tony Pipes, licensee, Rodney Wayne Hairdressing, Auckland, New Zealand
“We run the Myadscreen system on two large widescreens all day to assist with our in-store marketing and information. We’re able to run a whole range of content from individual ads for weekly catalogue specials, to standard IGA TV ads to reinforce our branding, plus store information and staff recognition ads – it’s just great.
Terry Partridge, Co-Owner Supa IGA Regents Parkspacing
“We use the Myadscreen system as an on-screen notice board, to promote upcoming events, and to recognise students via pictorial records of past events and achievements. It is possibly the best marketing tool we have employed for a number of years as it shows our potential clients that we have moved forward into the technological age.”
Marian Carlton, Head of Boarding, Clayfield College, Clayfield QLD