Posts Tagged ‘Custom Flyers’

How Are Flyers Printed?

Posted on: August 15th, 2013 by Terrell Hammel No Comments
Ever wonder how printing companies turn blank pieces of cardstock into beautiful, full-color flyers? Nope, it’s not the work of the magic flyer fairy who comes to wave her mystical wand. It’s usually a process called gang run printing, and it’s a method that’s transformed the printing world from one only the economically advantaged could afford, to one that’s accessible to all individuals and small business owners. Here’s a little bit about the gang run printing process, and how your full-color flyers go from ...

Getting Started: What You Need When Starting a Small Business

Posted on: July 17th, 2013 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
Congratulations on starting a small business! At EliteFlyers.com, we’re a company that also started as a small business, so we know all about the tedious process of dotting every “I” in your paperwork and crossing every “T” with the state government, obtaining permits, etc. It’s no small feat! But once you get yourself established in the roughest sense of the word, trust us: you’ll want to waste no time in getting your name and knowledge of the nature of your business into the hands of potential customers. ...

Marketing for Personal Trainers

Posted on: July 16th, 2013 by Terrell Hammel No Comments
Fitness is not a hard sell these days. Between the popularity of CrossFit, boot camps, boxing gyms, marathoning, Iron Man training, Zumba, and martial arts, there is something for everyone out there and it seems like everyone knows it. People are fighting back against the bulge in a big way and there is no shortage when it comes to ways to keep moving. But that leaves you, the fitness professional, in a bit of a tough spot. When the world is at the customer’s fingertips, how can you make sure that you stand ...

Home Design and Remodeling Show 2013: Promote Your Booth Affordably

Posted on: July 8th, 2013 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
If you’re in the interior (or exterior) home design business, the Home Design and Remodeling Show is an unparalleled opportunity. With it, you can access customers who are already “warm” or even “hot” to the idea of hiring your company or buying your products to assist with their personal or business design projects. Coming to Miami August 30 to September 3 (and then again this March), and to Fort Lauderdale November 15 to 17 (and then again in late May), this expo is a chance you don’t want to miss. And once ...

5 Marketing Tips for Your Travel Agency

Posted on: May 15th, 2013 by eliteflyers.com 1 Comment
Summer vacation is coming up fast, but there is still time to scoop up new clients for your travel agency this season. The key is to “make them an offer they can’t refuse,” and to ensure you reach the largest audience possible, you’ll want to cast your net both via the web and with physical print media like flyers, brochures, and postcards sent via Every Door Direct Mailing  (E.D.D.M.). Sending out emails with enticing subject lines may work for your existing customers, but not for Joe Schmoe on the street who ...

5 Tips to Boost Success of Your Print Marketing Campaign

Posted on: April 22nd, 2013 by eliteflyers.com No Comments
The Internet is an astounding thing; no one in his right mind would attempt to argue against that. Email marketing has its place, but all too many businesses are abusing this tool to the point of exhaustion. Exhaustion of the customer, that is. As you may have experienced firsthand (perhaps even as both recipient and sender), when customers receive daily emails from a business, their attention fades with every new mailing. They become desensitized, and unless your subject line reads “80% Off Everything in Our ...

How Thick Is Thick Enough? 16pt Cardstock Flyers vs 14pt Cardstock Flyers

Posted on: November 29th, 2012 by eliteflyers.com 5 Comments
There are a lot of choices to make when you’re designing a flyer. How many colors do you want to use? Or do you want to go black and white? Is your message best broadcast using a lot of words, or are images king for your custom flyer? Should you use Helvetica, Garamond, or Comic Sans as your font of choice? Or do you want to go off the grid and scan a handwritten message to put on your flyer? Are you going to add hot specialty design elements like full-color foil printing, foil-stamping, spot UV, or silk ...