This colorful trifold brochure printing project was for Days for Girls, a nonprofit organization dedicated to giving girls in less developed countries the education and resources necessary to manage their personal hygiene.
If you are a frequent self-publisher in the area of brochure publication, then you are probably well aware of the fact that design is one of the most vital aspects of any brochure. No matter how engaging or informative the text and information within your brochure may be, very few people will stop and look at a brochure with poor design.
Brochures can be great advertising, whether for a product, a business, or a cause, but where should you focus on brochure distribution, and how? In this article, we’ll take a look at a few logical places to try, and some tips for maximizing your impact.
With your brochure marketing, show how much knowledge you have about your audience. You should know exactly what they want from your product. Start with the basics. How old is your audience? Where do they work? How much disposable income do they have? Then focus on what makes your product special – what is it that your product can do that no other product can?