If you’re looking for a billboard, you’re in luck.
There are thousands of billboards in Israel that have been put up since the state of Israel was founded in 1948.
And these billboards are a good bet for advertising.
And they’re cheap.
The average cost of a billboard is $100,000.
That means a single billboard can run up to 50,000 leaflets in its first year, and it can cost $200,000 or more in the next three years.
In addition, there are billboards for every social group in Israel.
For example, a billboard for a gay couple in Tel Aviv will cost between $2,500 and $3,500.
The difference between a billboard that has a message for gays and a billboard promoting the Israeli government is just over $500.
If you want to advertise on the front page of the newspaper, it’s usually cheaper to pay the newspaper for the front-page advertisement.
It’s not uncommon for a small billboard in Tel-Aviv to cost as little as $150.
And if you want a billboard on the top of a building, you can expect to pay about $2 million for it.
If your goal is to advertise in the Israeli press, you’ll have to go to a bigger company.
But if you’re a small business, you may be able to get a better deal.
That’s because the Israeli Press Council, the body that oversees advertising in Israel, requires a certain percentage of advertising budgets for smaller businesses.
According to its website, the council “recognizes the need to develop a more effective advertising strategy and encourages advertising agencies to reach new audiences.”
The Council’s advertising guidelines are set out in the document, “Advertising Guidelines for Small Businesses in Israel,” which was released in March 2016.
If advertising is going to be part of your advertising, it will need to be in a language you can understand, or at least be understandable for those who do understand.
But there are also rules to follow when advertising in the press.
If the ads are targeted toward specific groups, or if they’re directed at a particular demographic, you must have clear information about those groups and what it means to them.
If they’re aimed at people who are not Jewish, or are a certain religion, or have certain beliefs, you should have an explanation for those.
And don’t be afraid to get creative.
As part of its guidelines, the Council also includes a section on “advertising guidelines for political advertising.”
In this section, it gives the following guidelines: A political advertisement must not be offensive to a particular group.
The advertisement must be clearly targeted toward an audience of a certain age and sex.
The advertising must be made clear that the advertisement is an advertisement for a product or service or for an event.
It must be clear that it’s an advertisement and not a news item.
The advert has to be made in a way that would make the audience aware that it is a political advertisement.
The ad must be placed on the same page as an advertisement in the newspaper.
It can be printed on the back of a magazine, in a newspaper, or in a flyer, and not appear on the page that has the news item on it.
It is acceptable to display the advertisement on a billboard in an adjacent building or other place where the ad is visible.
And it is allowed to place the advertisement in a commercial building, as long as it’s not visible to the public.
The Council also gives guidelines on advertising in local media.
If an advertisement is being placed on a newspaper or magazine page, it must be accompanied by a notice that says that it does not endorse any political party or cause.
The notice must be conspicuously placed in the same place where an advertisement might otherwise appear.
If a newspaper is going with a particular viewpoint, the notice must state it clearly.
The advertiser must give clear instructions for the reader to proceed through the advertisement.
Advertising in newspapers is strictly regulated, so it’s important to understand the rules before you start to advertise.
For more information on the rules, go to the council’s website.
But be careful about what you advertise.
The Israeli Press Code of Conduct, which has been in effect since 1997, states: A person may not, directly or indirectly, promote any political, religious, or moral opinion or cause it to be expressed.
It also states that any advertisement, including the printing, distribution, display, or distribution of a flyer or other form of advertisement, is prohibited.
You may not make false statements in an advertisement or make false or misleading statements in any information about the advertisement or about any other matter.
And you must not advertise for or against any political organization or cause, including any political or religious party, or any other person.
If someone who is trying to get money or property from you wants to use your advertising in your ads, you need to tell him or her in writing that you don’t approve of what they’re doing. If that’s