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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by DynaMow, Jan 24, 2006.
this is my newest flyer, the best I have done to date I think
Looks good,straight to the point.What color paper plain white?
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look good instead of offering 10% off for signing a 1 yr deal why not off 10% off for paying in full upfront for the year. this is what i do.... may its nice to have that $$ upfront to playaround with for equipment purchases, advertising, playing the stock market etc etc. if you do if right it will work out so much better that way but it can also be a huge gamble if you cant manage and budget your funds throughout the year. give it some thought if works for me.
I like it.
Looks good. Could you "plump" the lettering up some though? Try to get a bold text or something to fill it in alittle more?
Better watch posting your number, Mac might call you and mess with you
Actually it is only designed in color. Flyer is in gray scale and I am using canary yellow 67# paper. Size is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
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Hi Leslein Lawn,
I like it. My suggestion would be to have a valid through date on each coupon offer.
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Decent, and straight forward, should work well