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Why Digital Billboards Achieve Outstanding Results


Simple Facts

Every dollar spent on marketing must achieve more sales than the money you’re spending – or why bother?


Digital billboards are a highly effective method of communicating with your target customer base for multiple reasons.


Let us articulate precisely why you can expect $5.97 of new sales income for every $1.00 spent advertising on a Digital Billboard on our Network.


There is an extremely large body of international research now being published on the absolute effectiveness of digital marketing. This research shows we remember it well, we respond well to it, and most importantly we make spending decisions on it. This all means MORE MONEY to you as an advertiser. 


The reasons why digital advertising is such an effective use of your marketing budget it actually pretty obvious when you hear it (see it set out in detail below). Because we are such visual creatures, we respond really well to graphical images (and billboards predominantly contain pictures with only a few words), and modern living is a materialistic consumer based market where we are always on the look out for the next gadget, thing or place to relax. Digital billboards are an excellent place to advertise cars, services (lawyers, doctors and accountants) and virtually anything you can think of. If you have something to sell, then we have a place to advertise that will get you more business.


With such strong results as this you need to Talk to one of our specialised Sales Consultants without delay to see how you can immediately increase your sales income.


The 'Dos and Don'ts' of Graphic Design for Digital Advertising

We take 90% of our information in visually

While animals such as the dog have a strong sense of smell, and bats have a strong sense of hearing, research at 3M Corporation concluded that we process visuals 60,000 times faster than text.

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You can't "un-see" it, and it can't be "Blocked"

MIT neuroscientists find the brain can identify images seen for as little as 13 milliseconds.

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