LED signs may seem like a futuristic whim, but they are actually far from that. They are more and more common across the world and have become known for their ease of use, affordability, and the ability to convey your message more effectively.
Some churches are still wary of digital signs, and we understand that. There is a certain stigma tied with digitalization in some fields–but in the case of LED signs, the only thing that you will find if you get one for your church is an improvement… not to mention an eye-catching device that will allow more people to see what you are trying to say.
It depends. This is similar to going to a woodworking shop and asking for the price of a table. Naturally, you can get a table, but the price will depend on several things – all of which the shopkeeper will have to ask you about.
The answer to that question will vary depending on the size and resolution of your sign. If you are looking to get a sign that will be close to the potential viewer, the resolution will need to be higher–which also affects the cost.
Digital church LED signs come in different types that all affect the final price. Some of them are:
If you want a ballpark, it’s going to be wide. The smallest of signs may cost as little as $5,000, while massive billboard-sized signs can be priced at upwards of $200,000. However, for an average digital church sign, you can expect to pay about $20,000 to $30,000 – and this price includes the costs of installation.
If you want to know precisely how much you’d be looking to pay for your new church sign, we suggest that you contact our specialists here at MEGA. We will offer you a quote and help you through the process.
This may come as a surprise, but digital advertising is much, much cheaper than traditional advertising. Do you know why?
Let’s assume that 85% of your community will be passing your church several times a month. Some of them may even pass it every single day. It has been proven again and again that digital signage is actually much more effective compared to traditional methods.
Around 90% of commuters will read a digital church sign, as compared to 10% who will read a static sign. This means that by not having a LED sign, the church is actively losing out on spreading its message and expanding its congregation.
The Small Business Association determined that institutes who invested in electronic signs saw an increase in business of up to 150%! Digital church signs are bound to see the same fate, and they will–and do–increase in number each and every year.
If one of the goals your church has set is to expand its outreach, a digital LED sign is one of the best, easiest, cost-effective ways to go about it.
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