Buy as much or as little digital billboard advertising space as you want—one “blip” at a time. The cost depends on the locations and times you choose. Any budget is fair game. See some common budgets and results below.
How Blip Works
There are more than 15 billboards available from Ogden to Springville.
St. George, UT
You can advertise on 5 different signs in the St. George.
There are 2 signs available to advertise on in the Reno area.
There is one billboard face in Elko.
Between Colfax and Merced, there are 4 billboards.
Los Angeles, CA
There are 6 signs in the LA area.
Salem has 2 signs available for campaigns.
Post Falls, ID
There are 4 signs in Post Falls.
Garden City, ID
There are 4 different signs to advertise on in the Garden City area.
Evanston has one billboard face available for advertising.
Grand Junction, CO
Grand Junction currently has 3 billboard faces ready to advertise on.
Kearney, Nebraska has 3 billboard faces.
Panama City, FL
Throughout Panama City and Panama City Beach, there are 6 billboards.
There are 8 signs in and around the Orlando area.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis has 12 signs in its area.
Between Auburn, Eufaula, and Montgomery, there are more than 16 billboards.
Chicago has 10 available billboards.
San Antonio, TX
There is currently one available board in San Antonio.
Corpus Christi, TX
Corpus Christi has two billboard faces.
There are 3 billboards between Henderson and Bridge City.
Springfield has 4 billboard faces.
There are 8 signs between Tuscaloosa and Birmingham.
In Atlanta and throughout Northern Georgia There are 20 boards.
Myrtle Beach, SC
In areas like Conway around Myrtle Beach, there are 3 boards.
The area around Columbia has 2 billboards.
There are 2 signs in Greensboro and 2 around Sylva.
Memphis has one billboard location.
There is one billboard in Kingsport and 11 in the Johnson City area.