Category Archives: Brochures

Clutter is Not Better!

When thinking about the elements you want to place into your marketing pieces, be it on the web or in print, think minimal. Cluttered brochures and web sites are a turnoff to your audience. They don’t want to take the … Continue reading

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Don’t leave your important, income-generating work to amateurs.

A non-working design fails, no matter how pretty. No matter how visually appealing your web site or brochure is, if there are spelling or grammar errors, you will be deemed inept by the reader! Mistakes happen, of course, even with … Continue reading

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Are You Prepared for Your Trade Show?

Smart companies will get prepared 3 months in advance for their trade show presentations. Six weeks prior you should send a ‘save the date’ postcard, listing where, when and booth location. Three weeks prior an email should go out to … Continue reading

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Are Brochures Still Relevant in Marketing Today?

Yes, brochures are still a viable and extremely effective promotional tool. The secret of their success lies in the fact that they combine information a visual impression. Whether your brochure is a printed piece or a ‘soft’ copy like a … Continue reading

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