The Ubiquitous A5 Flyer
You’ve seen them everywhere. On the notice board of your local supermarket, handed out in pizza shops, DIY stores, and handed out by people in the street. The A5 flyer is the perfect way to advertise your business and let potential clients and customers, see the what your company offers. With pictures and bullet points.
The heading is really the biggest seller. Avoid extra long words, so that the heading can be big and punchy – and should be sat in the top 3rd of the leaflet so that it will still be visible if placed in a counter stand.
The next element is the images. You can always use image stock photography to give a feel of your business, but if you are a small company, then actually photographs give the reader a more trusting bond – even if that photo is taken on a camera phone.
Then list a few points that give a real sense of what your business has to offer. And the contact details are vital too! Keep in mind what you want the reader to do after reading your flyer – the call to action. This maybe to keep the flyer and take it to your store, for discount or other service, or simply to call a designated number.
So remember: ask yourself what you want the reader to do. And give specific instruction on the flyer. “Call now for the best print prices in Sheffield” for example.
What is the price of an A5 flyer printed 150gsm Single side?
Well if you have already created the artwork for your leaflet, then its simply a case of uploading your design to an online printing company. Of course, if you prefer the face-to-face experience, you could use a local print shop. These are easy to find using google or bing; ‘search, Printing Company in Sheffield’ for instance.
Special Credit to Freepik
For design purposes the Flyers pictured above, montaged by me, are original artworks of Freepik.com. Here are the relevant credits to the design leaflets.