Where are we putting up the poster again?
Anyone who has ever put up posters for an event or a campaign already knows the emerging problem: There are normally only a few good places, the posters may only be used one time and afterwards one wants to be able to find the posters again, because panels are expensive. In the hot campaign phase, posters may be placed at more points, but it is easy to lose track, and posters may also be damaged. Therefore, you want to send a message to the person putting up posters about where the damaged posters are. Besides, you would also like to know reliably where your posters are and where replacement posters may need to be installed. If your posters were mounted on your own panels, then you will want these back as well.
Professionals with Plakatkarte (posterboard) are cleverer!
With this app, poster companies can prove to their customers that they have put up as many posters as they charge. Your customers can give easy, quick and reliable assignments to replace posters because you simply send the location of the damaged posters to the person repairing the posters. Different designs and clients can be organized in a time-saving and coordinated way.
Save time and money with posterboard!
Professionally putting up posters usually costs about 3 euros each. Those who coordinate volunteers with Plakatkarte therefore will save money in their campaign budget. Poster carriers cost about 1.50 euros when you buy them new. This means lost posters have additional costs in the budget of the coming election campaign. So you can save money in advance!
Is posterboard worth my money?
A large portion of local campaigns' budgets is used on posters. Many campaigns have a budget for posters of perhaps 5,000 euros. If 1,000 posters are put up - which in a big city is not many - you can really save money through volunteer-driven and coordinated placarding! Through the low price and by only having one paid district manager, you also profit, because the time you save by using Plakatkarte is worth money.
The election campaign has already been prepared, candidates have been found, the list of party candidates has been established, and initial ideas for the campaign have been developed. In public spaces, this activity is visible for about three months before the election with an increasing number of event posters, and in the last 6 weeks before the election, during the "hot campaign phase", with the party's portrait posters of candidates. Finally, all the candidates are now assembling volunteer helpers, who install posters on panels and more or less coordinate the placarding.
Sebastian Müller, the brain behind Plakatkarte: "Election campaigns cost time, money and nerves. With Plakatkarte you will save all three and can dedicate yourself to the substance of the matter!"