Most people interact with out-of-home advertising daily. From ads on the metro to billboards on the highway, brands are leaving their mark and getting their messages out wherever they can. Today, Rick Robinson of PJX Media is here to tell us why startups should take advantage of out-of-home advertising and when they should get started.  This week, episode 02 of the Fired Up! Podcast is about trends in out-of-home advertising and how to start taking advantage of out-of-home opportunities the right way! 

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In this episode of the Fired Up! Podcast, Rick Robinson shares the key elements to good advertising design and actionable steps you can take right now to get started in the out-of-home advertising space.

Rick Robinson is the CEO of PJX Media, a New York-based marketing agency specializing in Out-of-Home advertising. PJX has figured out how to merge technology and people to build the most efficient and effective OOH media agency in the industry. Rick believes the best work happens when technology, media, and creativity come together to achieve a perfect merger of content and context. 

Rick, Morgan, and Nicole discuss:

    • The use of CGI in out-of-home advertising.
    • When a startup should think about adding out-of-home to their marketing plan.
    • The 2 key elements of out-of-home advertising design.
    • Major marketing mistakes brands should avoid at all costs.

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