Live Series: James Junius at Mean Eyed Cat

Headquartered in the city known as the Live Music Capital of the World, we know how important it is to support the Austin music community. That's why we partnered with the Austin Music Foundation to create a monthly series that showcases talented musicians from...
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Another Reason to go with Digital Signage: Dayparting

Digital signage offers a huge variety of advantages over print signage, and in this blog we’re going to take a look at one of the most important ones: dayparting. Dayparting is a fancy word for scheduling, and in terms of digital signage, it refers to playing the...
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Music for Business: Put Them in the Mood to Buy

Music has always been an essential element of the human experience, shaping the way we gather, interact, and relate to one another – and our environment. And as human civilization and culture have evolved, so has our musical experience. We've come from little wooden...
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Customer Experience

Customer Experience: A Holistic Approach to Retail Marketing

You might not be aware of it, but your brain is in a constant struggle to manage the huge load of information it receives through your senses. To do so, it must take shortcuts. Your brain has a smart way of drawing conclusions about the present, based on a combination...

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Customer Experience: A Brand that Aspires to be Loved

“Love. A short word, easy to spell, hard to define, and impossible to live without.” – Unknown The concept of love is easy to apply to many areas of life, but why is the word ‘love’ swirling around so much lately in brand campaigns?  Of course, love is our most...

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Customer Experience: Personal Touch

I received 98 emails in my personal email box yesterday. A few were personal emails, “real” letters, but most were solicitations. A big batch were from political candidates...it is that time of year. Many were subscription emails that I have requested. About a dozen...

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Customer Experience: Wake Up and Smell the Marketing

Sensory branding, or defining your brand through multiple senses, helps your business relate to customers in a deeper, more meaningful way than traditional visual marketing. Sensory branding is most effective when as many senses as possible are engaged – sight,...

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Live

Concert Recap: Shaky Knees Music Festival

The merry, merry month of May indeed! Lemme tell ya, even with the I-85 bridge out, this May in Atlanta, GA was pretty, pretty good - especially the 12th through the 14th, when the city played host to something called "Shaky Knees." What is Shaky Knees you ask? Held...

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Concert Recap: Official/Unofficial/Anti-Official SXSW

During SXSW 2017 in Austin, Texas, Mark Shapiro captured photographs at several shows - official (The Side Bar and llamingo Cantina), unofficial (Tape Lenders), and avowedly anti-official (Beerland). We especially note the presence of our Mood team members: Rob Yazzie...

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Live Series: Gina Chavez at the Mean Eyed Cat

On May 2nd, we showcased bilingual Latin-folk singer/songwriter Gina Chavez for the third event in our Mood Live Series! Each month, we partner with our friends at the Austin Music Foundation to host an intimate performance at our favorite neighborhood spot, the Mean...

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Concert Recap: Vanessa Carlton at The Casbah (2017)

I’ve seen Vanessa Carlton live a handful of times since she graced us with her 2002 piano-laced smash "A Thousand Miles," and each time is a wonderfully unique experience. The latest was, once again, at the intimate Casbah, located in the heart of Little Italy, San...

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Live Series: Charlie Faye & The Fayettes at the Mean Eyed Cat

Last Tuesday, April 4th, we gathered at the Mean Eyed Cat with our friends from the Austin Music Foundation for the second installment of Mood Live! This monthly concert series allows us to support our local music community by spotlighting musicians from AMF’s...

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