A traditional billboard is printed and is a large outdoor advertising structure (a billing board), typically found in high-traffic areas such as alongside busy roads and cities on building structures. These come in a variety of sizes including 4 sheet which is 40x60 inches, 16 sheet which is 80x120 inches and 96 sheet which is 480x120 inches as a few examples. These sizes are to fit different types of billboards across different areas.
· Vinyl Billboards
A vinyl billboard includes two layers of UV-protected, water-resistant sections of vinyl with a rip-stop nylon scrim sandwiched between the vinyl to prevent tearing. One vinyl side is the actual ad, while the other is typically solid black.
· Mobile Billboards
Mobile billboards are out-of-home advertisements that move every which way because they're displayed on vehicles of any kind. For example, a digital billboard truck is a vehicle used for advertising on the sides of a truck or trailer that is driven or cycled around an area.
· Three-dimensional Billboards
Three-dimensional billboards are physically altered billboards. They are 3D billboards because they include bonus parts that stick out as objects springing from the actual ad. For example, some car dealers have a Car on their billboards that are stick out like it's driving on the billboard.
· Digital Billboards
Digital billboards are electronic image displays that show multiple static advertisements on a rotating basis. Larger outdoor billboards appear alongside roadways, while smaller indoor billboards appear in entertainment venues, such as cinemas and sports venues.