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Mobile Billboard Advertising Articles
The Top 5 Billboard Advertising Mistakes
Advertising via billboards? Avoid the top 5 billboard mistakes.
Four Things You Need on your Billboard
Planning a mobile billboard advertising campaign? An effective billboard should always contain the following four items;
Outdoor Billboards Maximize Recency
There's an interesting phenomenon in marketing and advertising called recency. There are two distinct ways that recency applies to your business. Once you understand them, you'll understand how billboard advertising can boost your profit.
Fictional Dog Food Proves Mobile Billboard Ads Work!
When mobile billboard advertising first appeared on the roads, there was little or no information to help determine if mobile billboard advertising was effective. The association of mobile ...
Test; Can Mobile Billboard Advertising Sell More Computers?
If you read the article about a fictional brand, you already know that mobile billboard advertising can take a brand new name from zero to known. But, what about a company that already exists and advertises? Can mobile billboard advertising make a difference?
On the Road - To Success!
The average consumer today sees about 1500 ads per day. This includes television commercials, roadside billboards, bus signs, newspaper ads, magazine & radio ads. In they year 2000, advertisers spent about $233 billion on advertising in the U.S.A. alone. Where is the best bang for your buck?
Outdoor Advertising, Politics and Public Service
Robert Kiyosaki wrote the best seller "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" based on the premise that the successful have knowledge that the unsuccessful don't. The same theory applies to your marketing.
Billboard Advertising; Then & Now
Ourdoor advertising is the oldest form of advertising of all. It all started with Egyptian merchants who chiseled sales messages on stone tablets and placed them along public roadways.