How Does Our Industry Get Social?

While you wait for your coffee to brew, you update your Facebook status. While you sit on the train, you tweet about your travels. While you eat lunch at your desk, you read articles on LinkedIn. You Snapchat, Periscope, or Facebook Live your experience at an event. Oh, and don’t forget to post your beautiful … Read more

#AVTweeps Who Hashtag Together Play Together

For the AV Crowd #Hashtags, when released into the social media wild, can take on a life of their own. They can solidify online communities and generate interest in people, products, and events. For AV folks—or #AVTweeps as we are known online—there are a few hashtags that keep the conversations going. Johnny Mota (@JMOTA3) crafted … Read more

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AVSocial 17: Won’t the Real Big Data Please Stand Up

Recently, our friends at DailyDOOH released the Twitter statistics for the #AVTweeps hashtag usage over 2015. While the statistics are interesting reading on their own, we are in the era of Big Data now.

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The Friday Five: January 29, 2016

Cramer Remix: What Apple should buy next I love money articles. Usually the money articles, or those generating for money sites, whether venture funding or in this case CNBC intrigue me. These are sites that sit outside our industry and are not invested in the perspectives we are. Jim Cramer, the rambunctious host of Mad … Read more

The 2015 #avtweeps Review

As you may or may not know, the AV community on Twitter is strong and growing on a daily basis, currently exceeding 10,000 active members (with Commercial Integrator recently highlighting the 103 members to follow). It’s a place of intense debate and discussion, a place to track the news of the day, and a place … Read more

Why I decided to attend #Infocomm14 with my #Eyes and my @Ears

by John Greene from Advanced AV In my position, it has been standard fare that one of the primary responsibilities is to be aware of products, pricing, program and people with the management power to bestow upon the staff the information they need to be successful; the “top down- follow me” management style. Well, things … Read more