Thursday, September 14, 2006

How Easy? This Easy:

While driving on the freeway, look for parking lots behind malls and business bordered by bushes with fencing in between the bushes and the freeway. Find your way to the parking lot, park by the bushes, step through them and post on the fencing. The result should look something like this:

This sign stayed up over three days right next to Interstate 80 and was seen by... well, a hell of a lot of people. This method of posting requires no walking, an absolute minimum of personal exposure and can be done, easily, in less than thirty seconds. Works best in areas with at least a mile before the next exit.

6 comments:

PTCruiser said...

I can tell you from personal experience that this is, by far, the best way to post signs. I have two "Impeach" signs that are still up since I hung them on September 2nd using this method.

Kozmo said...

I'm going to do some freeway posting this weekend. Where are the instructions for the simple quick signs? I thought I saw them here some months ago.

thanks / KZ

Freewayblogger said...

http://www.freewayblogger.com/howto.htm

Anonymous said...

No matter how difficult it is to reach your sign, some right-wing nut will remove it before too long. I think if a sign is up for a really long time, it might reflect that not many people are seeing it rather than indicating it is "well placed".

Freewayblogger said...

The above sign stayed up for four days in direct sight of at least six lanes of traffic carrying over a quarter of a million vehicles per day.

I don't put signs up in places where people don't see them.

odanny said...

I agree, as long as you make it somewhat difficult to get to the sign it will stay up alot forever in some cases. Laziness = Good thing.

I have excellent freeway overpasses that could reach lots of traffic but brand new sidealks and heavily traveled streets make taking them down easy.