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Some stores already make use of digital signage by advertising a few random products on sparse fixtures throughout select departments, and often the few advertised products are not within proximity of the actual products in the stores.

Sales of digital signage advertisements in stores is essentially an untapped market that can increase sales of products juxtapose earning stores magnanimous advertising revenues. Stores could sell advertisements on their digital signage to potentially each of the thousands of companies with products in their stores…

Digital signage, which should always be utilized within vicinity of advertised products, can be utilized to make consumers aware of the existence and/or presence of certain products in stores that are not readily seen; they should, most importantly, display the resourcefulness of exhibited products.

Digital signs should rotationally exhibit the advertisements and/or commercials for specific products. For customer convenience, they could and should also be programmed to exhibit the department, aisle, and/or section where an advertised product is located.

Major or oversized digital signs, which could be mounted near front entrances and/or the center points of stores, should sync with overhead store radios to randomly display advertisements of products from all departments between songs…

…Digital signs could display the names of recording artists and songs while specific songs are playing. This could increase sales of music, especially if the songs or albums on which the songs are featured are marketed at the stores. Those within areas other than entertainment departments would only display products on relevant or sections of relevant counters…

Digital signage would generate substantial revenues that would empower stores to expand/provide more employment opportunities and/or increase wages and philanthropic endeavors.