As you can see, there is a screen for each location, but, whatever your intention, you can also take advantage of some suggestions that will maximize its effectiveness depending on the location. Who are your target audiences? If you want to impact a specific target group of clients, such as clinics, gas stations, car parks or campsites, it is important that you place your screen in areas that your target audience frequents. Which place has a high average traffic flow? Obviously, you want the content reproduced on your LED billboards to be seen by the greatest number of people. To choose where to place your LED screens, it is advisable to make a study about the number of people who walk past a particular street each day. Choose sites with high affluence to impact more people.
What distance that you want it to be visible by people? Having this point clear will not only help you determine the size of a LED screen, but it will also determine where you will place it. To cover large distances, placing them on the roof of buildings can help, while if you only want to be visible on a main street or in a specific space, as is the case with concert screens, you can choose to place them on the floor, elevating them to a height where it is visible from the beginning of the street or from the last rows of the show venue.