5 Benefits of Digital Signage on College Campuses

Digital signage is becoming a common element on college campuses nationwide. Users of digital signage are finding the technology cost-effective and simpler than they imagined. It makes sense that institutions of higher learning would make the smart move to digital signage. This tech can greatly benefit a university in a variety of ways:

Communicate urgent information:

  • Provide updates on weather and crime alerts.
  • Provides updates on less urgent but still important messages around campus.

Reinforce your institution’s story and values to visitors:

  • Promote upcoming events such as sporting events, art galas, and fundraisers.
  • Draw in prospective students on tours by welcoming visitors with targeted information.

Earn additional revenue with a measurable sales increase:

  • Revenue is generated via promotion of campus bookstores, food kiosks, and erchandise stands.
  • Also advertise with promoted content on your network through brand partnering and cross-selling.

Offer wayfinding services:

  • Guides foot traffic for students and visitors.
  • Share information about the history of the school, must see sites and tips on where to eat and shop.

Use of Social integration: Encourage visitors to post pictures around campus to social media with specific hashtags.

  • Stream user-generated content to your signage to deliver social recognition.
  • User generated content strengthens the community and promotes school spirit.
  • Invite guests to join your university’s e-mail list and follow on social media.

Universities benefit greatly from implementing digital signage!

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