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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by JTS Landscaping lawn, Apr 21, 2008.
seeing what your guys think of this flyer found this templete and put my stuff in it.
where is the name of your business? i had to fumble through the whole flyer to find it... thats just for starts
be carefull with advertising for fertlizing if you don't have a license
A couple of thoughts from a graphic designer.
Proofread it. There are errors.
Times New Roman is not the best choice. Don't go wild with fonts. Just a simple, yet unique font will do.
It sounds a little like your begging. "I'll do anything you want" communicates "I need your work." The phrase "Available to serve the outdoor needs of our customer" communicates we value you and want to help you in any way we can. People don't want to go to a business who needs their work to stay alive. They want to go to a stable company who has plenty of customers.
I don't want to sound mean, but the design wasn't that great. Remember that the design reflects the quality of work you deliver. Don't let a so-so design inaccurately reflect you.
Hope this was helpful.