Category: Brochures

7 Print Marketing Materials That Definitely
Boost Sales

Posted by on 13 Apr 2022 under Brochures, Business Cards, Flyers, Postcards, Printed Marketing

Boost business with print marketing

When last did you update your business’ print marketing materials? Digital marketing and social media promotion are currently at the top of everyone’s list, we know, but there is a good reason why big companies like Old Mutual, Shoprite, Sasol, and MTN still invest in print marketing materials. Quite simply – it works.

Here are a few evergreen printing staples that form a part of forward-thinking businesses’ marketing arsenal in 2022 (and why):

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What Can A Print Company Do For Small Businesses?

Posted by on 16 Jun 2021 under All Things Printing, Banners, Brochures, Business Cards, Flyers, Newsletters, Posters, Stationary Printing, Stickers, Tips For Your Business or Brand

Small business window front

Whether you own a small real estate agency or photography business, print marketing through a reputable print company is one of the most important mediums to help increase brand awareness and attract new customers.

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Binding Options For Booklets And Brochures

Posted by on 23 Aug 2019 under Booklet Printing, Booklets, Brochures

Bound Booklet

Binding Booklets and Brochures

When you need to print a booklet or brochure, there are several factors to consider.

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How Variable Data Printing = More Engagement

Posted by on 19 Nov 2018 under Brochures, General Printing, Newsletters

Use Variable Data Printing To Help Market Your Business Better

How Variable Data Printing Drives Customer Engagement

Marketers have a tough job these days. A decade or two ago, a print ad and a radio spot or two would have been sufficient to draw attention to your brand and keep it top of mind with your target demographic. These days, however, consumers are being marketed to from countless platforms – their mobiles, laptops, the radio, traditional TV, streaming TV, billboards, packaging, newspapers, magazines, you name it. It’s no wonder then that many people believe that direct mailers are going the way of the dinosaur.

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Top Tips on Designing A Truly Great Brochure

Posted by on 18 Oct 2018 under Brochures

Top Tips on Designing A Truly Great Brochure

Brochure Design

Brochures are one of those evergreen marketing tools that just never seem to go out of fashion. Why? Modern-day consumers are bombarded with a slew of digital marketing collateral from the moment they wake up in the morning, from their beeping phones to their overflowing email inboxes, and the tactile aspect of a well-designed business brochure is something that sets it apart from the rest of the ‘buy me, install me, subscribe to me’ noise out there.

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Ten Tips for Creating a Successful Brochure

Posted by on 11 Aug 2017 under Brochures

Our Top Tips for Creating the Best Brochure for Your Business

Our Top Tips for Creating the Best Brochure for Your Business

A successful marketing campaign involves a multifaceted approach. There are several elements to marketing either a business or product. These include:

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Brochure Printing as a Marketing Tool

Posted by on 19 May 2017 under Booklet Printing, Booklets, Brochures

The importance of brochure printing as a marketing tool

The importance of brochure printing as a marketing tool

While we do live in an age that is very much dominated by digital marketing and advertising, it is very important not to underestimate the importance and impact of printed marketing collateral especially when it comes to printed brochures.

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Top Tips for Designing Professional Layouts

Posted by on 10 Oct 2016 under Brochures, Design, Flyers, Magazine Printing

Designing Great Page Layouts

A simple flyer. A beautifully printed brochure. A glossy fashion magazine. A coffee table book. What do these things all have in common? They have all been put together using the same principles of design. Whether you are designing a black and white pamphlet or a newspaper, the ideas and rules behind the layout are all the same.

The idea of any page is to draw the reader in. To engage them. To really reach them with a message that resonates. Whether it be information in a sales brochure or a book about rain forests, you want to reach your audience and really grab their attention.

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