When you’re walking down the street, what’s something that always grabs your eye? The massive ads on the buses? Me too. Judah Longgrear saw this phenomenon and thought, “How can we make this more accessible?” Thus, Nickelytics was born. With this company, drivers can sell advertising space on their cars, adding a new revenue stream that buses, cab drivers and trains have been enjoying for years. This is a new way of thinking about your vehicle, especially if it is one of the main assets for your job.
Multiple streams of income
Every entrepreneur knows how important it is to have multiple streams of revenue. More than one source of cash can save you when your day job suffers some hiccups, or it can help you get ahead on some of your bills. Nickelytics advertising allows drivers to gain access to another income stream without even firing up their engine.
Supporting small businesses
Nickelytics also helps small businesses get their names out there. Rideshare drivers are often local, and Nickelytics extends the olive branch to those companies trying to grow their presence around town.
Advertising on cars is not an original idea but needed to be brought back up into conversation as the world changed. Can you think of any more old ideas that can be renewed and reused?