With cutting-edge techniques and tools, we make customized flyers that attract every sense. We specialize in crafting creative flyer designs for corporates, real estate, clubs, and more. letterbox drops, handouts, leaflets, counter displays or magazine inserts, and attractive yet effective flyers are available in different paper finishes, such as glossy, uncoated, etc. Extra finishing like laminating, perforations, and more can be added to the flyers designed at our company.
The marketing brochure is the oldest technique in the marketing scenario. Digital strategies are controlling the modern marketing trends yet traditional tactics like the trusty sales brochure is not going anywhere.
As a matter of fact, physical marketing media is more effective than ever. A marketing research company suggests that physical media is more memorable, more influential, and more likely to attract conversions than digital media. The best marketing strategies collaborate with the digital and the physical, concentrating on flyers, brochures, and posters as much as websites and social media graphics
How to design a marketing brochure?
- Set the target audience for your marketing brochure
- Generate mindful, targeted messaging for your marketing brochure
- Collect exclusive, meaningful images or visuals for your marketing brochure
- Create the brochure around your copy, images, and branding
- Reprocess the same brochure design for different products
- Before thinking about the brochure look define your target audience
A marketing brochure should be:
- Focussed to a particular segment of your market, and
- Intended at driving some particular metrics.
- The front page should have a single focussed message
- The front page of your brochure needs to grab the concentration of your reader. Every information on that page should enforce them to turn the page.
- Be clear about how you can satisfy your customers’ needs:
- Build entertainment by proposing a question
- Keep it as sharp and confident as possible
- If you’re advertising a product, let the product speak for itself
- If your brochure is just an informative brief of your business offerings, project your branding front and center (and include a tagline if you have one)