Below are some recently updated billboard locations in Fresno and surrounding areas to help get you started. If you don't see a board you want, don't worry as this is a limited view of availability. Alluvit Media has access to every billboard in the city. Prices change daily based on availability.
Based on a cross-section of the 110 most popular boards, the average cost of a billboard in Fresno is $2,415.56 per 4-week period. This results in a cost per thousand impressions (CPM) of $4.89. The average Fresno billboard receives 494,281 monthly impressions.
Average cost per 1 thousand impressions (CPM) across all of our Fresno billboards.
Average cost per board for a 4-week billboard advertising campaign.
Average number of impressions per board for 4-weeks.
Recently added billboard locations in Fresno.
Renting a billboard in Fresno is similar to renting an apartment. Some are available right away, some are occupied for the next six months or a year.
Below are some campaigns we recently assisted with using billboards near Fresno, CA. We create campaigns large and small for a variety of different audiences and across all types of outdoor media.
"Preferably downtown "
"interested in other areas"
"It would be a recruitment ad for the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Department. We are looking for an annual rate estimate near HWY 99 or I-5 in California around the cities of Fresno, Visalia, and Bakersfield."
"To open up at several locations"
"I conduct residential and commercial inspections. Multi-unit inspections, energy audits, mold testing, and more. I have always thought a billboard might help bring in customers. I would like to place a billboard and see what happens, with a goal of placing at least 2-3 more. I would like to start in Fresno since this is the home location. If all goes well my next one would be Modesto and ending in Merced or Merced and then Modesto. My business is new here in the valley and is slowly very slowly building momentum, so my budget is very limited. I know a billboard if I can afford to get it started will more than pay for itself. I would eventually like a full billboard but will take what I can get to get started."