Bus shelter advertising comes in various forms and can be an effective way to reach a large and diverse audience. Here are some common types of bus shelter advertising:
Non-Lit Bus Shelter Ads
Non-lit advertisements on bus stops are the most traditionally used form of bus shelter advertising, in which the brand’s advertisement is usually mounted inside the tempered glass frame of the bus shelter’s top panel, middle panel, and pool kiosk. They are made visible to travelers, vehicular, and pedestrian traffic at high-circulation locations, usually along the main roadways of metropolitan markets.
Lit Bus Shelter Ads
The lit bus stop advertising is a more progressive type of bus shelter advertisement that uses light to be fixed to the backdrop of the bus shelter’s top, middle, and pool kiosks. These formats of advertising tend to have high transmittance as light illuminates from the backside of the flex, projecting a clearer and more visible image available 24×7, especially at night.
Digital Bus Shelter Ads
Digital bus shelter ads, also known as interactive ads, are equipped with contemporary technologies such as videos, motion pictures, animations, and 3D, allowing the viewer to be more engaged and attracted towards the brand.
Creative Bus Shelter Ads
One of the best ways to keep the audience engaged is by displaying the bus shelter advertising as creatively and artistically as possible. Which lets the audience view the unique concepts and captivate them with the brands’ creative visions.