Using the Cooliris Wall to Amp up the Virtual Company

Today there is so much business done online that one would hardly have to speak to another human being in order to continue with life in more or less the same manner as usual.  That being said, it is a constant game of trying to grab the attention of virtual viewers over the millions of other websites that make their home on the World Wide Web.

Today there is so much business done online that one would hardly have to speak to another human being in order to continue with life in more or less the same manner as usual.  That being said, it is a constant game of trying to grab the attention of virtual viewers over the millions of other websites that make their home on the World Wide Web.  Anything a business can do to amplify its chances of being notices, of being perceived as personable is worthwhile, which is exactly why I am taking a moment to make mention of the advancements made by a company called Cooliris.  This company has made information share visibly interesting, which means that your employees and your customers will remain focused on you.

With the Cooliris 3D Wall, your website becomes a place to hang versus just another stop on the daily internet surf.  Borrow images from Ted in Accounting of the recent company picnic, or run RSS feed of industry related news, or even follow the blogs of people writing about your company and make it all visible to everyone in one super cool location.  Better yet, take these company promotions on the road with Cooliris Mobile.  For the iPhone or the Nexus one, your company can work together to create the best possible collaboration of videos, industry news, and company photos to make customers want to know more.  Keep them watching, reading, and wanting more even while on the road.

The company reports that approximately 45,000 walls have been created in the past four months; the largest percentage of which were embedded to Facebook, but with nearly 500 million visitors to the social networking site per month, companies with a Cooliris wall will be communicating in a way that the public understands- visually; interactively.  Much of Cooliris is still in beta trial, but that means that the company holds promise of further development.  I, personally, would love to see the wall become even more interactive- especially the mobile version- perhaps, a click to call feature for businesses within the wall (they are already working with Google in some facet)