Billboards content request, and suggestion

Got the digital billboard up in Tulsa today! Thank you for the content!!!


What do you think of this? I swapped the green and the blue as well as made the blues a bit lighter.

And the one without the JD Link:

How are they?

BTW I will continue to create more over the weeks so keep an eye out for new designs. There’s a Christmas one in production at the moment “The Reason for the Season” kind of thing.

As always, don’t download the images directly from this forum, but use my website for the best quality (and to get updates when I change something)


Thank you. Looks good!


This is all just sooooooo good! I have no idea what I am doing with this but I know it would attract the young people in my life! To God be the Glory and may His Word continue to go forth! Praying how the Lord would have me spread the Word! I use to do door to door evangelism and a queen of gospel tracks, but the audience has changed and the time is urgent! Please Lord Jesus, help me to share You before it’s too late!!!

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Can someone make a Facebook header of the ABC that we could download? I don’t have photoshop anymore. :frowning:


@Robin Thought I’d suggest as an alternative to graphic design in photoshop. It’s free, easy to learn, and has all of the most basic elements you’d need to create a simple graphic right in your browser. :smiley:

Also, just putting this out there… I have 20+ years experience as a freelance digital artist. Mostly illustrative, but I’ve done all sorts of things, from logos, icons, photo editing, web graphics, etc. If someone is looking for something custom for their ABCs, send me a message. No charge, of course, for those who are just looking to share a message of salvation.


Thank you so much!

Robin Owen

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Photopea is a free to use version. :slight_smile:

For those of you who are going to be using Blip Billboards to showcase the ABC’s of Salvation, I would like to give you some information to help you that I had to learn through a learning curve.

  1. I am happy with Blip. They’re very low cost, have good analytics, you can tell them how much you want to spend each day. Their customer service is lacking though. Fortunately, it’s not a terribly complex system to use.

  2. If your design gets turned down for any reason (besides being the wrong size, which you can easily fix with even the most basic paint/graphics program), don’t waste time inquiring with customer service. They are more than likely going to tell you, “The billboards themselves are owned by others and they can approve or deny any designs for any reason.” Just move on and try another billboard.

  3. When setting your display schedule, you can also lower your “maximum payment per Blip (display)” for the three levels it offers you (heavy rotation, medium rotation and light rotation). I found that most of my boards ran between 6 and 7 cents on average per display. One was under a penny per display on average!

  4. If you keep an eye on your stats, and you see you are not getting enough displays, you can tweak this by adjusting your schedule and/or the max amount you are willing to pay per display. Just adjust one aspect at a time. Wait a day and see how it affects your displays. Continue to fine tune until you have the number of displays you are looking for.

  5. Very Important! If you are going to be running multiple boards, make multiple campaigns! Initially I put several under one campaign. When you do this, Blip’s algorithm will automatically structure your billboard views to give you the most views for your money. This sounds great, but in reality, what happened to me is my “less than a penny” board got BLASTED with views (am talking over 1200 per day!), but my others were just a trickle. I found that if I split them up into their own campaigns, and set my same daily budget divided between them, the “trickle” boards’ views increased tenfold! The “flooded” board went down to a still heavy, but more reasonable view level (roughly 600 displays per day at $6 per day).

Hope this helps those of you trying this means of sharing the ABC’s with the public. We have gotten great enjoyment thinking of all the seeds being planted before the lost out there, with the hopes that some will find good soil and produce a harvest one day.

God Bless you all! If you have any questions or anything I can help with, please feel free to let me know!


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I finally got to see our billboard in the wild! Took a little over three hours to get here, but so worth it!


Hi Ryan, is the distortion due to the angle you’re viewing it from or from rain or the camera?

It’s the camera. The digital sign mixed with my phone’s camera made a distortion I couldn’t get rid of.

Well it looks amazing! I hope it’s already nudged a lot of people towards Him.

Yeah, I hope so too. Was really neat to see in person.

I absolutely love this design. I want to put this up in my area. Quick question though, when you contacted the company what did you tell them initially you were looking to do? I’m just not so sure what to write in my initial contact with them. I’m just having a brain cramp right now and I’m sure that’s from the enemy.

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I just signed up at the website ( and uploaded my design after choosing my location, etc and waited for approval. Some billboard locations will, some won’t. If you need help, just let me know.