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ThingLink Feature: Interactive product marketing from CoMap Control

Andrew Beelitz

ThingLink user: CoMap Control – marketing your products visually in today’s web environment is critical when it comes to capturing attention and presenting information in an engaging way for customers.  Using interactive hotspots to deconstruct and market your products is an easy and powerful method for continuing your product’s story through a piece of visual content where normally it could be challenging to design the necessary text within an illustration.  Using text, image and video hotspots, CoMap Control visually breaks down the key features and selling points for one of their intelligent electronic control products and solutions.  Continue reading to explore the live example. 

Explore this interactive product marketing  use case and how to make one below: 

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