Do you want to attract more visitors and capture valuable data more easily at your next trade show? Consider incorporating an interactive video system/video kiosk. Video kiosks are quickly becoming a necessity for companies who want to find a new way to bring in visitors and collect valuable information and feedback.
Here are some ways that you can use an interactive video system in your trade show booth:
Video kiosks can help people interact with your brand by giving them an opportunity to explore information and share their experiences at the show via social networks and email. For instance, kiosks can be programmed to allow people to take photos or videos of themselves that are tagged with your brand, which they can then share on Facebook, Twitter, etc. And of course, you also get to keep attendees' information to follow up with them after the show.
Video kiosks are an ideal way of gathering opinions and feedback from trade show attendees and other vendors. Instead of collecting business cards from attendees, your booth visitors can take a short survey on the touch screen and enter in their contact information in exchange for promotional giveaways, for instance, or an ebook that will be emailed to them immediately.
With a few taps on the video screen, visitors can quickly see how others use your product and perhaps envision how it would work for them.
Interactive Photo Album
With beautiful photos, you can show how other customers use your product or engage with your services. Depending on what your product is, those photos can show details they might not otherwise see, or demonstrate the inside story of how it’s made.
Send information instead of handing it out
Most people hate carrying bags of paperwork around with them during a tradeshow. But you can encourage people to sign up for free PDF’s that can be sent via email. It's also eco-friendly – and it ends up in their email inbox instead of the garbage.
Would a short interactive game inform people about your products or services? You might to consider having an app designed that lets visitors learn about your business in a fun and engaging way by creating a game around it.
Exhibitors are always finding new ways to use interactive video systems in their trade show booths. Do you have any others to share?