What is the Average Cost of a Billboard? Average Billboard Price
Billboard advertisements seem to have not at all lost their charm in the US, despite the inventing of new forms of advertisements with advanced technology. The primary reason for this could well be due to the fact that they are really cost-efficient compared to newspaper or television advertisements. Billboards have a 24x7 reach to the public, unlike a newspaper or television, where it is limited. The average cost of a billboard is $1,000 to $3,000 per month. If the price is compared with that paid for a full-page advertisement in a news daily or one-minute ad in television, it is often still cheaper.
+by Margaret Walker on Mon, 10/11/2010 - 16:30
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