Why are people advertising outdoors?
People are advertising outdoors, but they’re doing it under the radar.
Advertisers and outdoor marketing companies have been pushing the idea that outdoor advertising will be a big boon to the economy in the coming years.
And they’ve been touting outdoor advertising as a way to lure tourists and visitors to a region where there’s already a lot of competition for the business.
Outdoor advertising is growing quickly, especially in the Southeast, according to the Outdoor Advertising Association, which represents outdoor advertising companies.
In 2013, outdoor advertising grew at a rate of 5.2 percent compared to 2012, the group said.
The industry has also seen a dramatic increase in the number of advertisers in recent years, with more than 13 million Americans advertising on the internet and television.
“Advertising on the Internet and television is going to be the way we do it,” said Bob Molloy, CEO of the Outdoor Marketing Association.
“We’re going to have outdoor advertising for many years to come.”
And it’s starting to get to the point where companies are even pushing for outdoor advertising to be on every news channel.
In the past year, Outdoor Advertising Network has announced partnerships with CNN, Fox News, ABC, NBC, CBS, The CW and Univision.
Outdoor Advertising Alliance has also announced partnerships and partnerships with other networks.
It recently signed a deal with Fox News to run outdoor advertising.
In addition to growing the outdoor advertising market, advertisers are also focusing on digital.
Outdoor marketers say they’ve seen a rise in demand for the services of third-party online platforms such as YouTube and Twitch.
That’s a big change from traditional media outlets, where ads are often paid for via traditional ad deals.
Advertisements on YouTube for example will run for 30 seconds, according the Outdoor Association, compared to 1 to 3 seconds for traditional television commercials.
And Outdoor Advertising League recently announced a partnership with Amazon.
“People are realizing they can have an online presence for the outdoor industry, which they’ve never seen before,” Molloyle said.
“There’s a lot more awareness of outdoor and that there’s a market for it.
Outdoor marketing is becoming more mainstream and more relevant to the consumers who are already buying in.”
Outdoor advertising isn’t only changing the landscape of advertising, but it’s also helping the industry move forward.
According to Molloys study, outdoor advertisements are now worth an average of $7 billion per year.
That number doesn’t include any advertising paid for through partnerships.
The Outdoor Advertising Institute estimates that Outdoor Advertising Industry could see revenue of $3.5 billion in the first quarter of 2019.
But Mollolls study also notes that outdoor advertisers have seen a surge in their spending in recent months.
According the Outdoor Industry Association, advertising on television and radio rose 17.9 percent in the same quarter last year.
Outdoor advertisements are also on track to grow even more over the next few years.
Molloya said he thinks outdoor advertising is going into overdrive, especially given the weather.
“You have more snow and you have less people around,” he said.
Outdoor ad sales in the US have grown by nearly 20 percent since 2011.
That growth, combined with the industry’s focus on the outdoors, could lead to even more outdoor advertising revenue in the future.
And Mollories study also predicts that outdoor ads will become more prominent in the near future.
“The outdoor advertising industry is very healthy.
Outdoor is going in the right direction,” Molls said.