Tips for making a business leaflet

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Tips for making a business leaflet
Business leaflets are a great advertising tool. These promotional items can be created quickly, cheaply printed and used for various promotional purposes. All types of businesses can benefit from using these leaflets. Developing a business brochure just needs an idea or purpose, text, images, and a little creativity.

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Tips for making a business leaflet

  1. 1. Tips for making a business leaflet Business leaflets are a great advertising tool. These promotional items can be created quickly, cheaply printed and used for various promotional purposes. All types of businesses can benefit from using these leaflets. Developing a business brochure just needs an idea or purpose, text, images, and a little creativity. Define a purpose: Define what you want to accomplish with your business leaflet. Are you selling something, offering discounts or promoting a product or service? It is best to focus on the brochure to a theme or purpose. Not want to include too much information, making the leaflet is saturated and the specific theme among all that information is lost. The main objective of a business leaflet is to attract attention of a potential customer. You'll want to get your message across quickly and easy to understand. Think about what kind of ad would you like to do and how to present it. Basic details of a business leaflet: Remember to incorporate the essential details of your business leaflet design. It includes basic information such as your business name, address (may need to include a map), email and website address, phone number (fax and phone) and hours of operation. All data related to the business should be large and easy to read letters. This is especially important for the phone number of the company. Make sure it can be read without effort. Use the same style of text that is in your cards or other company publications. Have a logo of the company you want to include in the leaflet? It's a good idea to place the leaflet along with other images or graphics related to your business. Additional ideas and tips: Define what type of graphics or images you want to place in the leaflets. Use those that represent your business or purpose of the brochure. Use your own images, clip art or graphics, or find some free images online. You can add Christmas decorations in Christmas sales leaflet or insert images of home theater systems if the company is related to these. If you need to change the graphics, you can use Picasa, a free
  2. 2. online program. Try different locations for text and graphics in the brochure. You can do this using a desktop publishing program such as Microsoft Publisher, or by hand. Print copies of the text and pictures, cut them out and put them on a sheet of paper to draft. Decide what design is best. Seeks to attract the reader (prospective client) to your leaflet and convey your message clearly. Save money on printing by half-page flyers rather than a full sheet. This gives you twice for the same price leaflet printing. Simply cut the pages in half for distribution. Print booklets in brightly colored paper to attract attention. This also allows you to use only black ink for printing, which can help save on the total cost. http://fotosnipe.co.uk/leaflets

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