Flyers are single page advertisements which are commonly used to advertise a product, service, or event. They are also regularly used to promote clubs and clubbing events too, and they produce some fantastic results. Flyers can be marketed in a number of different ways, they can be distributed by hand, left on counter tops, posted through letterboxes, or even pinned up on walls.
Using flyers to advertise your business is a much cheaper way of marketing than the digital methods which seem all so popular today, such as TV ads or online advertising – both of which can cost hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars, putting them far out of the reach of young and start-up companies. You can order flyers in bulk for as little as 20c or less per flyer, so you can get thousands for a few hundred dollars, which is much more cost effective than digital methods of marketing.
To make the most from your flyer marketing, you need to make sure you have a great flyer, and one which sells your product, service or event extremely well. If your flyer doesn’t provide a good representation of your product or service then it’s not going to have the desired effect of bringing business your way.
To help you get a good idea of what it takes to create a flyer which will perform extremely well and yield some incredible results, I have searched the net and found some amazing examples of flyers which do exactly that! Browse through these designs and take notes about each – what first grabs your attention, what holds your attention, what elements of the design do you like, and what elements do you dislike? You can then use this information to help you plan the basics of your flyer design.
Once you’ve finished designing your flyer and you’re looking for a company who can print it for you, I recommend www.nextdayflyers.com – they can print flyers, brochures, business cards, catalogues, postcards, envelopes, plus many other products. They have a next day delivery service (and even a same day collection service if you place your order early enough), and on top of this they have a quality check process on every order to ensure that your flyers come out print error free and looking perfect!
I hope you have enjoyed looking through the inspiration and I hope you take these tips on board. Good luck with your flyer design!
Rick Myers is a small business owner from the United States. He manages a variety of websites and enjoys blogging on topics where he can shed advice for start-ups and small businesses. When he’s not blogging he enjoys relaxing in the sunshine and making the most of the outdoors.