Last weekend, nSixty supplied Pure Romance with 4 video recording stations. Hosting 800 consultants for their National Training convention in Cincinnati, over 30% of the ladies attending the event recorded videos capturing testimonials and event experiences. They averaged 4 views per video and over 27% of all views sourced from Facebook.
Out of all the videos we’ve captured with our clients, the ladies from Pure Romance by far won the “Best Sense of Humor” award. Many of the consultants made group videos loaded with excitement and laughter, while others used their minute to fame as a chance to market their Pure Romance consultancy.
This is a video of ladies that took their creativity beyond the ordinary. Don’t let Marne fool you, there is more than one. Great Job Pure Romance!
As always, we had a wonderful time at the Event Marketing Summit in Chicago this year. It’s always productive to hear about the new trends in the event marketing field.
One of the big topics was making experiences more personal, passionate and emotion based by using people WITH technology. Instead of just having users interact with a piece of technology, have a brand ambassador pass around an iPad or tablet. This will give consumers something that will make them say “wow!” when they leave the event. We are in development of an iPad interface for our fully automated video & photo sharing software to do exactly this.
The 2012 Event Marketing Summit in Chicago is underway. Stop by to see the latest in event marketing at the “#1 face-to-face marketing conference!” We’re showing of some of our newest products and technologies, such as our fully automated, stand-alone green screen exhibits.
We will soon be publishing a case study on our wildly successful activation with the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee. In the meantime, here are some fascinating statistics: 9,461 user sessions, more than 110,000 views, 87% of respondents in a survey stating nSixty made their Super Bowl Village experience more enjoyable.
nSixty’s activation at the 2012 Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis was a resounding success. Nearly 9,000 people recorded videos or created digital postcards. The project received even more media coverage from the likes of Kiosk Marketplace, Social Media Today and Social Network Marketing.
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Fans at the Indianapolis Super Bowl Village are having a blast recording videos and sending digital postcards. In the first three days, fans made nearly 2,250 videos & digital postcards. The videos are uploaded to the Super Bowl Village’s YouTube Channel, whereas the digital postcards are posted on the Super Bowl Village’s Flickr page.
Here’s a video from one happy couple:
We are proud to be a part of the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Village’s social media and branding outreach. In addition to four video recording booths placed around the village, nSixty will host a hospitality suite.
The suite is located at the Crowne Plaza, Grand Central “D” Room, 123 W. Louisiana St, Indianapolis, IN 46225. The hours are as follows:
Friday, January 27 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Saturday, January 28 from 3 to 9 p.m.
Wednesday, February 1 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Thursday, February 2 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Friday, February 3 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Saturday, February 4 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Sunday, February 5 from 3 p.m. until after the game.
Join us for free food and drinks! You will see some of the exciting products we offer such as video recording stations and green screen attractions.
RSVP to Linda Moran, email@example.com, 877-755-4390.
nSixty is proud to be a partner of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. Today and tomorrow, there will be three video recording kiosks stationed at the annual Redsfest at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Downtown Cincinnati. Fans can send holiday greeting to their loved ones from their favorite Reds players.
Attention Android Users: we have recently completed our Android video sharing app! Click here to download the app from the Android Market.
nSixty’s video sharing application allows users to record and share videos instantly on the nSixty video sharing network. nSixty users simply record a video using the Android’s built-in camera, enter an email address and addresses of any friends. Push the share button and that video is uploaded to nSixty’s network, and all users receive an email notification that a video is ready for viewing.
nSixty uses video sharing to connect brands and customers on social networks. Just like our core product, the nSixty video sharing kiosk, the nSixty Android app allows users to share videos within a fully controlled, branded environment. User can share their nSixty videos on Facebook, Twitter, via email, anywhere on the Internet. Videos can be directed from the nSixty network to any client web site or to YouTube with your branding attached to the video player, to video pre-rolls and to postings on social networks.