Wild-posting advertising can take several forms, including:
Card Stock Posters:
It’s common to see card-stock posters, which normally size 11 inches by 17 inches or 18 inches by 24 inches, strewn around the streets of specific neighborhoods. These are excellent for showcasing new products and raising awareness of local businesses and events.
Pull Tab Posters:
8.5″ x 11″ posters with customer-take-one pull-tabs are a great way to get people interested in your product or service. Posters like these can be found in a variety of locations, including cafes, shops, colleges, public bulletin boards, street poles, and construction sites.
Window Cling Posters:
Printed on static electricity-charged paper, these posters size 11″ x 15″ and attach to a variety of surfaces without the use of tape, paste, or staples. Placing these posters allows you more flexibility and customization in terms of design as well as placement.
Branded 3-by-4-inch magnets are plastered all over a target city’s metal surfaces. Street poles, storefront gates, car driver doors, newspaper kiosks, and building entrance ways are all common settings for billboards. Consumers carry magnets for personal use in their offices, apartments or dorms as a result of this crazy posting format.
If you get permission from the property owners, you can use wheatpaste to affix 24″ x 36″ thin paper posters on a variety of surfaces, including wallscapes, storefronts, and construction sites. Since they’re specific, they highlight a single brand advertising campaign with roughly 18 to 32 posters in each place with varied wild poster styles.
In high-traffic areas, such as building facades, barriers, alleyways, miscellaneous buildings, skate parks near school yards, outdoor shopping centers and other locations where the posters can be affixed.