Leaflet distribution can be an effective means of propagating news about the establishment or expansion of your business. It is a much more affordable option than advertising on billboards, print media and on television. However, there are certain methods in this strategy which can make your business a success when handled in the right manner.
You do need to run trials on a fairly regular basis – not only to keep looking for the better design but to pick up when your market changes and the old button is worn out and you need a new one. Depending on your business this could be decades or it could be weeks! You’ll hopefully know which applies – carrots were likely “fresh and crunchy” in Victorian times too but a Nokia 3010 would be considered ancient!
Does your leaflet fit easily into a pocket or bag? If not, it’s more likely to be binned. All leaflets should start as an A4 size, which are folded in half to A5 size or folded in three to become A6. Your design concept should start at the A4 level.
Sometimes, leaflets are kept in the windscreens of cars to get the attention of the customer. Care should be taken to see that the vehicle is not damaged in any way. Damage can be done when the wipers are lifted to keep the flyers. But this method can also be foiled if there is a sudden shower. The customer might also get wild to see the leaflet on his car and throw it away without a glance. These flyers can also cause a disturbance when they get blown over to the streets. The associated companies may be pulled up and made to collect the flyers from the roads too.
Every 32 people spoken to (on average) produced a lead. As long as they spoke to the occupant and delivered the script they got a lead. Now when it came to closing that lead the quality of Sales Person involved made a very big difference – but that is a different subject to ours – leaflet printing Manchester and leaflet design. The two factors that monitored lead generation where the script and the actual number of people it was delivered to. Hence step one is delivering the leaflets to a sensible house or business in volume with a clear message – then the design (our script) comes next to improve the response for the sales people.
Copycats tend to avoid problem areas, simply because they don’t really know what the real problems are. That’s why they resort to copying. When problems arise, they don’t really know what to do, or how to go about fixing them.
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