Mita Kasansoewirjo December 28, 2019 Flyer Templates
Contact info like your website, email address, phone number, etc. are critical pieces of information for every flyer. After all, if you don’t add your contact info, how will your potential client/customer know where to find you to access the product, service or event you’re promoting?
Flyers are easier than ever to make and print. There are tons of tools and templates out there to help you design the perfect flyer for your business.
We see them every day—in the mail, at work or school, on community bulletin boards, in store windows: Flyers. That’s right, those bits of paper that often end up in the trash, trampled in the street, or buried under a pile of bills. But if they’re doing their job (read: have been designed well), flyers should catch your attention and maybe even get you to take action (attend this grand opening; use that coupon; buy tickets to this concert—you get the idea).
You can reach the audience you want. Depending on how and where you distribute a flyer, you can get in front of a targeted audience or a more broad one. Think about where your audience spends their time (are there any coffee shops or small businesses that they frequent?) and then look into posting your flyer there.
Often, businesses have no idea where to begin when it comes to producing great flyers. This inevitably leads to flyers that are so poorly designed that potential clients don’t even notice them. Ensure that you get the design aspect of creating your flyer right. Use a Microsoft flyer templates, like those available at Envato Elements and GraphicRiver.
Flyers are cost-effective. Designing and printing flyers can be cheaper than overhauling your website, paying for a billboard, or running social media ads.