Which marketing piece is best for you?

When it comes to creating literature for your business, you want to make sure you have the right pieces. The choices can be overwhelming. Let this be a helpful guide to choosing the right piece(s) based on what you want to convey.

Have a lot to say?

If you have a good bit of text, pricing, and details you may want to choose a tri-fold brochure. You can split tri-fold-brochure31up your information into three separate sections to make it easier to read and less overwhelming. Though keeping the wording to a minimum is crucial to making sure your leads take the time to look at what you have to offer. Too much text can become a burden to go through when people are very busy.

Tri-fold brochures offer a perfect amount of space to inform your leads about your business, include a few smaller photos and list business locations, contact information, and website(s).

Have nice high-resolution photos?

A postcard may be your best bet to make the most impact. You  can order postcards in various sizes and finishes to accentuate your pictures with no wording in the way. A picture says 1,000 words, and with a postcard, a photo may be all you need to get your message across. If you want to include an offer, or contact information, you always have a little room on the back side.

Have a great designer and want to make a statement?

Flyers can allow for great design elements, big titles, and bold headlines. You can print flyers in bulk, very easily and also have them cut to specific sizes, based on what you need. The range of colors is limitless and you can add photos, graphics, and text seamlessly. Make sure to keep your text to a minimum and include only what is necessary. For example, if it's for an event, be sure to include date, time, location, cost, and a very brief explanation of the event with a website or phone number for more information.

Other ways to make a statement with everyday materials?

Business cards, letterhead, and invoices all have an impact on your clients and potential customers. Make sure you have a logo that accurately represents your business and looks great with current printing standards. Choose a heavier card stock for your business cards to stand out. And on invoices be sure to add your social media and online presence so that your customers can follow you after the completion of your initial work together.

For more information or to find out how Lone Star Quick Print can help you with all of these materials for your business, contact us here, or call 281-440-1935.