Indoor and outdoor advertising outlets both hold their own successful advertising methods in their own right, but what are the differences? And are they effective when used together? This post will inform you of everything you need to know about the two and how they differ.
Indoor advertising is defined as – a type of advertising where messages and announcements about merchandise, events or services are published within a closed area that you control.
So, in everyday terms, advertising that you see in supermarkets, coffee shops, toilets, bus stations and sports clubs will all be examples of indoor advertising.
- Promotional posters
- Floor graphics
- Promotional stands
- Information table
- Pull up banners
- Gross advertising
Outdoor advertising is anything that advertises your business, event or product outdoors can be classed as outdoor advertising.
Forms of outdoor advertising include:
- Bus stop advertising.
- Banners, building wraps, flags.
- Interior and exterior of buses, taxis and business vehicles.
- Outdoor signage.
- Indoor advertising compels viewers & makes a difference in the business.
- It’s a way of communicating with visitors, on your premise, upsell & increase their spending.
- Your audience should already be at least semi-engaged, unlike outdoor advertising which has different companies waiting for attention at the same time.