How to Make a Good Flyer
Flyers are one of the oldest marketing tools that we still use today, and there's still a tonne of benefits to creating and using them for your business.
- Simple and easy to read
- Cost effective
Your company can use these benefits to promote your business and special offers or events. They're great for that because they can be localised to specific areas instead of being sent globally via email.
Knowing flyers are amazing, there's got to be a catch right? Well, you have to make sure that it ends up in the hands of a reader instead of the bin.
To make sure your flyer is read, you should consider its purpose and the content you're filling it with. Are you loading it with too many words? Are you offering any incentive for your audiences to read the flyers?
Consider these points when creating your flyer with us:
You could have the most amazing offer going on the market but it won't be any good if people don't know who you are. You should include your brand name and logo so that people will know whose flyer they're reading.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words and a flyer isn't any different. Putting graphics on your flyers is an inviting, easy to digest way to show the world what you can do.
It's important to remember the size you're printing on and the graphic you're using. You should consider if the resolution will fit onto the size of paper, it could end up too blurry or hard to see.
As well as pictures, the colour of the paper and text you're using can tell the reader something about your business.
Are you a vibrant and energetic company? Maybe you should use some bright colours to intrigue readers.
You could always offer readers incentives to open and hold onto their flyers. Coupons and discounts are common ways businesses make sure readers are tempted to learn more. It's also a great way to narrow down on where your customers are coming from and learning about your business.
Use a call to action:
Flyers are generally created for a specific event or purpose for your business instead of telling your audiences that you exist.
The call to action should be one of the first things that a reader sees and also one of the last. Consider using language like:
- Call now!
- Find out more!
- Visit us today!
Don't overload the reader:
Attention spans are fickle and you probably don't know the person reading your flyer very well. You should keep information simple and easy to digest with clear and concise language. If the reader is left intrigued and wanting more, then you've created an effective advertisement for your business.
Remember that flyers should be small, our common printing sizes range from DL to A4.
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