As I have stated in the past, I have had a great amount of success with flyers/info sheets, but not be leaving them in conventional methods. Rather, we try to hand them to people and get that small amount of face time while asking them if they would like an estimate for anyting on our flyer on the spot. More times than not, people say 'sure, go ahead' giving us more time to talk to them after we take a trip around the house. Once they see they are dealing with college educated, well spoken business people, we have a very strong closing ratio. A competitor of mine distributed 2,000 flyers last year and received 27 jobs, a horrible 1.35% success rate (he likes to brag at Lesco in front of everyone). Meanwhile, I kept my mouth shut while laughing to myself, because I handed out only 500 flyers last year and added on 70 or so jobs (50 lawns, 20 mulch, landscape etc), a 14% closing ratio. But as the year went on, I kept seeing flyers with all the same info on them just like on here (we mow, mulch, cleanups, etc) and I decided once again to be different, and not get lumped in with that crowd. This year our flyer will have all of our services, but more importantly, a 1 page pullout sheet that gives the customers a Q & A of what to ask when interviewing and choosing a lawn and landscape contractor. How do other companies dress, what are the business and educational backgrounds, what kinds of equipment do they wear, what training programs do employees receive prior to starting to work, insurance, etc. If you are thinking "man, if a customer calls me with those kinds of questions, I would avoid them" well then my plan is working. I want to put the competition on the spot, because one hiccup, and they are mine. Has anyone tried this type of marketing and with what ROI?