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Flyers..1 side or both??

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by A1Lawns, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. A1Lawns

    A1Lawns LawnSite Member
    Messages: 217

    How many sides do you guys usually do when making your flyer, door hanger,etc.?
    One might think that two sides are better than one but at the same time I wouldnt want to saturate the customer with too much information at once.
    I always liked the idea of a one sided ad, unless you put something very basic like your logo or a discount offer on the back.
  2. tnmulchblower

    tnmulchblower LawnSite Member
    Messages: 44

    A1LAWNS, we just recently sent our flyers out and we did one-sided,like you,i did not want to saturate the customer with too much information,We added about 5 pics and what we offered on one side. Hope you have a prosperous year.
  3. vanguard

    vanguard LawnSite Member
    Messages: 202

    We like to put our "services offered" on the back side. I hate to waste all that empty space. And from last years experience it work out well.

    Good luck :drinkup:
  4. Vikings

    Vikings LawnSite Bronze Member
    from canada
    Messages: 1,657

    What do you guys think of putting separate advert on the 2nd side?

    I want to focus a flyer on Spring clean up, power raking.. I'm not sure if I should put an ad on the back to try and attract monthly lawn care customers.
    Last year I put 3 separate ads on the back, lawn care, window cleaning and eaves trough, and barely got no work from it and not a single lawn care customer but the 1st side, where I focussed on Yard clean up absolutely rocked. I lost business because I (with a 3 man crew) couldn't do all the work.

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