The Ultimate Local Captive Audience Marketing
We build an ecosystem of print and digital advertising to connect local businesses with a local captive audience.
Our numbers speak for themselves
Of Our High Traffic Venues Are Located in NWI.
Digital Ad Loops Per Day Per Screen.
More Activity Per Ad Dollar Than TV, Radio, & Print.
Of Restroom Users Remember Seeing One Or More Ads.
Of Those Recall At Least Four Selling Points.
Of People React Positively To Restroom Ads.
Of Bar Patrons Say They Use The Restroom 3 Times When Out.
Of Digital OOH Buying is up From 8 Billion In 2016 To 15 Billion in 2018.
Advertising with us is this easy
Schedule A Free Consultation.
Choose Your Budget / Package.
Select Your Venue Locations & Monitors.
Decide Who Your Targeted Audience Is.
Relax and Let Us Do The Rest, It’s Easy!
Come grow with us!
Strategic Ad Technology
Our network of print and digital advertising deployments blends old-school outreach with cutting-edge digital advertising technology to create multiple revenue streams.
Easy to Deploy & Manage
Whether you're interested in advertising on our network, advertising your existing business, or joining our team, we can get you up to speed in no time. It just works.
Cost Effective Growth
Set budgets, set scope, and target like never before with no complicated trackers or middle-men agencies. This is the next generation of localized advertising.
New Revenue Streams
The best kind of customers are the ones you already have. Generate passive income streams from your existing visitors or facility without the cost of adding products or services.
What our partners think
5 Star Thai Restaurant, Crown Point, IN
We love our Social Indoor monitors. They look great and the ads they created for us are awesome. Customers always say how cool they look and spend a lot of time watching the ads.
Note Umpai Owner
Girl Buys Houses, Merrillville, IN
I placed two ads on some Social Indoor screens for my Home-Buying business and my Remodeling Company. I began getting calls the first week that the ads were displayed.