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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Lynden-Jeff, Jun 14, 2009.
Which one should I use? This will be 4' by 8' on each side of my leaf trailer.
The third one...
The 3rd or 4th
The ones that show the cut lawn are better.... 2 and 4. The fourth one is harder to read than the second one..... so I say #2 w/out a doubt.
I would do #1. It is time appropriate advertising. IMO people aren't going to care about a lawn add in late fall. Seeing the lawn pic might make some people quickly disregard it and thus you miss an opportunity. Also, I would change the website to only cap the first letters of the word. If you want all caps I would at least use a bigger font for the first letters of each word. That way it is easier for people to pick up quickly...
Looks good! Hope it brings you lots of business!
I like#2. What does something like that cost?
Leaf trailer... #1. House is irrelevant and it doesn't blend very well. Now if you had a yard that had a before after type thing going, that might be better. But I say #1 for now.
Just for your leaf trailer, I like #3 the best.
i was going to say 3 since its for your leaf trailer, but i like 2 the most. it would also make a nice year round bilboard
Yeah I like 3 the best, but if you wanted to go a year-round look (which may be a good idea?) I'd go with 4, personally.