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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by terrapro, Mar 6, 2007.
heres two i just threw together. which one is best or any suggestions too. thanks
of the two the top is better but neither really grabs my attention.
a ":" is needed after services, and a "-" is needed after semi(-monthly).
be careful about saying you put down organic fert, in NY you need a license to apply even some organic ferts.
as stated above...nothing really grabs my attention. i think you would be better off without the graphic. it doesn't really do anything for the flyer.
better yet, just say "multiple billing choices"...
fert is legal to spread in MI. semimonthly is spelled correctly look it up. i have taken note of the colon. thanks for the suggestions
so the graphics dont help fill the space and introduce the services. any suggestions
You should've been working on this a few weeks ago.
Went out today to give an estimate and one of my clients had 3 flyers on there mailbox.
The top one, I guess. I would atleast print this on colored paper if you can't get some color in there another way.
yeah i was thinking green. i can get $.07 copies on colored paper at staples. from the people ive shown these to its pretty much 50/50 so i might do 250 of each
on paper everyone seems to like the 2nd one. ill just try both
thanks for the replies
I would use a hyphen in Semi-monthly. Also, on the first one, move the Or Weekly Maintenance over one space to the right. the left margin alignment is off, otherwise. Other than that, that'll work!
its going to be hard to get calls without the whole phone number lol