Site hoarding are in nearly every public place, and you no doubt see them every day, even if they fade into your morning commute, shopping trip, or as the backdrop to a wander along the high street. The primary function of these panels is to mask unsightly buildings, secure construction areas, and protect the public from site works. Their other function is to share information and advertisements.
Why Advertise on Hoardings?
The panels are usually made from large wooden and steel boards, making them the perfect surface to display on. They can be painted, printed in various formats, and be a conduit for powerful product awareness and advertising while also being non-intrusive and tasteful. In addition, a great board can elevate the impression of its surroundings. It can even host a range of art installations that include illumination, cut lettering, and graphic overlay.
Who Uses Them?
Advertising hoardings are obvious solutions for advertising or marketing companies to utilise for clients, but they can also be perfect for companies searching to promote their products. This is because they are usually placed in areas with high public footfall while simultaneously being minimally intrusive and making the best use possible of the surrounding space. They are also a more cost-effective method of advertising when compared to a similar-sized billboard.
How Will They Attract Customers?
Hoarding that utilises advertising is designed to attract business while simultaneously creating subconscious brand recognition. Advertisers can use them whether the company being showcased is close by or further afield, as hoardings can create curiosity for a specific product, business, development, or even an attraction that may be coming soon.
As hoardings are designed to help brand or place recognition, they will have varying applications depending on that particular advertiser. For instance, retailers use them to showcase one specific shop opening or one that is soon to be in development. On the other hand, property developers may use them to notify passers-by of what’s to come or who are the key individuals responsible for the development and site. Finally, brands or products may use hoardings to drive potential buyers to their websites or into their stores. There really are so many applications, depending on advertiser requirements.
What about Signposting and Directional Messaging?
This is another great advertising opportunity that site hoardings can help with, as directional graphics can make a huge difference in having customers find their way around vast premises and locations or feeling completely lost. For example, they may be used in a shopping precinct, for property developments, or for an area undergoing renovation or regeneration. They will also often point to a particular store or sales point, such as a marketing suite.
Contact Us for Your Site Hoarding Advertisement Needs
If you are looking for new and exciting advertising ideas, reach out to 4site Implementation. Our attractive full-service solutions will help you craft great signage that suits your needs. Please look at our website for inspiration, or reach out to discuss your ideas.