The turn of the new decade has seen the drastic increase in interest towards Augmented Reality marketing from enterprise customers. For Aircards, this is no surprise. The introduction of WebAR technology in 2019 (in real terms) has brought the ability for business to utilise the technology without the need for developing an app and uploading to the app store. This is where Augmented Reality has previously lagged behind.
But now, companies like Aircards are driving the agenda on Augmented Reality marketing experiences in a way that is seamless, quick, user-friendly and most importantly app-less.
See the below infographic on latest AR stats:
Aircards have a selection of client case studies that are super interesting to read. See how Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Nationwide Insurance used Aircards technology in innovative campaigns over at the Augmented Reality case studies section.
Get in touch with the Aircards team to discuss your ideas and let our developers bring it to life. Either contact us via the website form or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
Saying Augmented Reality will help marketing is an understatement. Augmented Reality is already changing the marketing world, making it more effective than ever before. New technology makes AR accessible to businesses of all sizes, with endless possible applications. Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s reality.
With engagement rates consistently over 35%, Augmented Reality is gaining a lot of traction in the marketing world. Brands of all sizes are jumping at the opportunity to add Augmented Reality to their digital marketing strategies. They understand that customers want Augmented Reality and that it successfully turns that interest into conversions.
We all know augmented reality marketing is cool, but is it really effective? Are marketers jumping at the new shiny toy, or is AR actually a valuable marketing tool? All of the above is true. AR is the new shiny toy that has proven itself to be an effective, valuable marketing tool. And it’s really cool! Marketers are jumping at it for good reasons, and we’ll tell you why.