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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by ryan41, Feb 4, 2014.
Created by Bob @ http://www.plan-itgraphics.com/
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Do ya think the services list is pretty good? Anything that should be worded differently ?
Looks good but I would not use generic photos
I'd actually say those are worded well and I'm a HUGE stickler when it comes to that. Get it...stickle
I need to get at my design for the next batch of eddm I'm ordering. Almost done with the budget for this year, getting in touch with my designer is next!
I agree. Pics of your own work if possible are always best. Or at least not stock photos.
I think stock photos are ok if you search for and find the right ones. For example I think the 3 on the back of your piece look fine, they could easily pass for your work. However the pic on the front looks more like an ad for a construction company than lawn care. It features the house more than the lawn or landscaping. And no way would I have a pic of a lawn that isn't striped. Most ppl dig the stripes! But overall a good piece I think.
haha good one! You going through Bob?
I highly recommend sending people to a special landing page, rather than just your main web domain. You have a promo on the card so, for more info, I'd direct them to a web page that only they would know of (meaning, it's not indexed by Google, nor used in other marketing materials). For example, send them to website.com/2014promo. This is the best way to see how your campaign is converting. Even if they don't call you, you get usable data to refine and iterate on.
Looks good, Isn't this the same one as last year? looks real familiar.
I'm not going to go through him, I have a different designer now that I want to try out.
How does one go about setting that up?