Posted by Octink on Jul 11, 2021 11:18:15 AM

We’re experts at printing and installing outdoor advertising hoardings for the  property and construction sector. for the last 30 years we’ve gathered a wealth of knowledge to answer just about every questions that people have asked along the way! So to help you out, we’ve collated and answered your frequently asked questions in this advertising hoardings FAQ!

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Topics: Hoardings, advertising hoardings, bespoke hoardings, building site hoardings, acm

Kerb Appeal: Making the best impression

Posted by Octink on Sep 23, 2019 1:41:06 PM

Does your site or marketing suite have ‘kerb appeal? Today in an increasingly competitive ‘new normal’ landscape you only get one chance to make a good first impression and position your products or services above your competitors.

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Topics: branding, Hoardings, banners, Latest News, building site

What is a hoarding and what is its purpose?

Posted by Octink on Apr 9, 2019 5:04:34 PM

We see hoardings every single day. They fade into the background on our morning commute. They serve as the backdrop to our lunch time walks. Steel hoarding panels mask unsightly building works and keep us safe from the construction works going on behind their panels. Consequently, whether made from painted wooden boards or high-quality printed free standing panels, they are an essential part of construction works. In addition, marketers are starting to see the huge advertising potential of these wide-format printed panels. Hoardings have the power to position products infront of viewers in a non-intrusive manner. Consequently, we’re known as the hoarding experts here at Octink.

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Topics: Hoardings, advertising hoardings london, advertising hoardings, Latest News, bespoke hoardings, Signage

What are Advertising Hoardings?

Posted by Octink on Mar 6, 2019 4:07:31 PM

Simple backdrop or vibrant advertising space?

We see hoardings everywhere, every day! They frame our morning commute. They are the backdrop to our lunch time walks. Their purpose is to mask unsightly building works and keep the public safe from the building work going on beyond. In short, they’re an essential part of development works.

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Topics: Hoardings, advertising hoardings, Latest News, Building Site Hoarding