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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Wright Lawn, Apr 2, 2013.
No pictures? No color? Seems pretty bland to me unless your going in for bulk to save money and deliver more.
Yeah, I didn't think of adding pics or color to the flyer. Working on a color trifold brochure to personally hand to perspective commercial clients.
It's got all the information but why should I as a prospective client call you? If you had a sign up offer / bonus that would help. You should post this in the business management forum to get more responses.
There's lots you can do to improve your flyer.
I think you need to work on both the words and the design, as they both work together to help get results. It doesn't have to be fancy, but you can certainly do some things to make your flyer more attractive and effective.
I've attached some comments (directly on the flyer so it's easier to understand).
looks like complete garbage.
I think the flyer does look a little bland. but good information. I don't think it would stop someone from calling, i just think some color or something that stands out to grab attention may help much more.
Don't forget about the 3 second rule: If I'm a home owner and I get this by the mail, I have 3 seconds to decide if I want to keep it or throw it in the trash. For me I would put it in the trash, no offense, but you do not have anything to catch my eyes.
Also never put your business at very top (unless you are a huge corporation that everyone knows) In your case, put it at the bottom with the general contact info, and put something catchy on top.
Thanks, appreciate the constructive criticism.
Thanks for the advice, I'll do that.