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Billboards and Beyond: Zoek Out To Attract Commuters

Published: Wednesday 18th September 2019

If you’re a regular commuter or embark on occasional outings across the country, you’re likely to stop off at motorway service stations from time to time. If this is you, be prepared to be greeted by our NEW Zoek Billboards neighbouring selected motorway services car parks – you can’t miss them, they’re huge!

Our 48 sheet billboard advertisements are just one of our many beneficial, profile-raising promotions, set out on major routes that see a high amount of traffic each day. We truly believe Motorway advertising is a great marketing medium for reaching mass audiences fast – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – driving increasing numbers new candidate registrations to Zoek’s job board.

Zoek billboard at motorway services

Look out for us in…

  • Birch West
  • Cardiff
  • Cherwell
  • Donnington
  • Exeter
  • Ferrybridge
  • Frankley (North & South)
  • Heston (East & West)
  • Hilton Park (North & South)
  • Knutsford (North & South)
  • Lancaster (North & South)
  • Leigh Del (East & West)
  • Medway (West)
  • Pease Pottage
  • Southwaite (North & South)
  • Stafford (North)
  • Grantham
  • Washington
  • Thurrock
  • Toddington (North & South)
  • Woolley Edge (North & South)

Ads On The Go

To coincide with our billboards, we’re due to unveil 10 fully branded trucks (HGV’s) heading out on UK roads, particularly motorways and “A” roads, over the next 12 months, helping to reinforce brand awareness.

Trucks operate before, during and after rush hours, meaning they are seen by business people, commuters, shoppers, tourists and all other day-to-day road users. What’s more, the very nature of our truck advertising guarantees that they won’t just be seen by the same group of people repeatedly; instead, triggering a higher proportion of fresh talent to use Zoek.

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