The future is here and now. Online publication experts and Setster partner PageTiger has unlocked the marketing potential of the senses with the launch of TigAroma. This technological milestone has finally given us the ability to trigger emotional responses connected to the sense of smell with targeted marketing messages online. Branding your company is now in the fourth dimension giving your customers a more complete sensory experience.
Using TigAroma is incredibly easy. Simply upload your PDF to the PageTiger software and then select the scent. TigAroma comes with six different aromas to choose from: Zesty Lemon – efficiency; Lavender Fields – competence; Fresh Coffee – professionalism; Cut Grass – energy; Ocean Breeze – innovation ; Green Tea – ethical.
“What Google Glass does for your eyes, TigAroma will do for your nose” explains PageTiger CEO Henry Weston. “Smell plays a big part in the decision-making process and now marketeers can tap into a whole new opportunity to engage their website visitors.”
TigAroma is supported by a robust online team to provide the very best application of this new technology. Neil Christie, Commercial Director of RapidSwitch, adds, “We’ve configured the fastest blade servers to support TigAroma and have colour coded the cables to ensure they provide the perfect perfume for each customer’s online publication. So purple delivers a lavender scented web page, while yellow carries the lemon fragrance.”
PageTiger offers the ability to take a comprehensive tour of their products including TigAroma by booking an online appointment through Setster. Click here to get started and smell for yourself the industry leading potential of TigAroma.
Awarded Best Business for Innovation and Technology by Business Secretary Vince Cable, PageTiger is at the forefront of digital publishing and TigAroma comes hot on the heels of innovations including TigerDesigner, TigerBuilder and TigerCreator.
For scent samples, please contact Andrew Clarke at PageTiger email@example.com.
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