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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Vikings, Sep 11, 2006.
Or black with one color, 2 colors etc. I'm talking about plain old flyers.
Color catches the eye.
Black is easier for most to read tho.
b/w fliers wont hurt your wallet as bad as colored.
I do full color and get great positive feedback. It sets you apart from the rest.
Try to do color!! It costs more but looks more professional
Use COLOR!!! Show people a GREEN Lawn on the postcard. BIG Difference.
Well out of these which is better:
It makes a difference!
How so? how successful were those postcards? did you also try black and white? Did colour get 2% calls and b&w get 1% or are you just saying It makes a difference because its prettier?
I bought a colour laser printer to make my own door handles but for other types of flyers I'm sticking with B&W, much cheaper and 99% get thrown in the trash anyway. ofcourse it only takes a couple extra calls to pay for that extra colour charge...so hard to make a decision, my gut says black and white.
heres a good compromise and it has given me success. go for a full color business card. I don't do flyers, biz cards are more personal and you can put all the same essential information and graphics on a business card and it is less cluttered... just put your website address on your business card and put all your boring technical information on the website. if the potential customers are interested they will go to your website and get your info, if not biz cards are way cheaper than a whole flyer. I got 2500 full color both sides laminated whole nine yards cards for $120, passed them out and got about a 1 in 50 response and this was in a ridiculously competitive neighborhood