HOW TO DESIGN A FLYER EFFECTIVELY
Who’s going to receive it? How are they going to receive it?
We only have a split-second to capture someone’s attention in today’s busy society and not a moment more. Ask yourself if your flyer has been designed with a bold headline that explains your message and can capture someone’s instant understanding? A decision is made. Is it relevant? Or should I bin it? Life is becoming full of more and more advertising distractions and we (the consumers) are becoming really good at filtering so your flyers need to be straight to the point.
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WHICH PAPER SHOULD I CHOOSE FOR THE PRINTING OF MY FLYERS?
It’s important to think about where your flyer will land. What other flyers will you be competing with? If your flyer is printed on the same paper and bundled with other businesses flyers when delivered, you’re likely to go unnoticed. A careful choice of paper may help you stand out, make your flyer more effective and it will create a perception of quality.
If it takes 21 repetitions for a habit to be formed, do you think the idea of repeat flyer distribution to a group of customers is a lot more effective than sending a single flyer to the masses?