The ground rules of designing and printing flyers are simple and similar to other advertising media: be accurate, valuable and precise and include only key information, such as your business' unique selling points.Most importantly, make sure people know how to contact you from your flyers.
Your flyers should be designed to target your audience, and be eye-catching. Make sure your flyers stand out and will not go unnoticed. For the best results, use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Also, make sure that your closed artwork file respects all the items on the checklist for saving your artwork. If you are uncomfortable using the respective design software, give our professional design services a try. This element is crucial, as a poor design can in diminish the impact of your flyers as well as your business and its reputation as a whole.
What Can I Expect?
Our print business offers you a wide range of options to print your flyers as you would like them to be: this includes a variety of formats (incl. custom formats), papers, and refinements to best match your message and design. In addition, Printulu only employs the best printing equipment (offset or digital printing), to ensure that your flyers have the highest quality level. Our process is extremely easy in comparison to other printing companies. Choose your configuration and quantities online, add the product to your cart, check-out by paying online, and then simply upload your files. Your flyers will then be delivered to your doorstep – free of charge!
100gsm Paper is the most popular paper used for printing flyers. This is due to its relatively low cost, while maintaining good quality prints. In addition, its classy and smooth touch makes it the most commonly used paper for flyers.
170gsm Paper is your best choice if you want to have classy and extra strong flyers. Essentially, 170gsm paper is a good way to limit cost while maximising the impression of your flyers.
250gsm Paper gives your flyers a strong and premium touch that will make them stand out in the mass of flyers that are distributed every day. Additionally, the 250gsm paper proves to be more robust against folds and worn edges. Essentially, 250gsm flyers make an impact and will leave a lasting impression.
Can I add folds to my printed flyers?
If you want folded options for your flyers, please see our folded leaflets and pamphlets page.
Can I write on the back of my glossy flyers?
Standard glossy paper is glossy on both sides so it is not easy to write on the back of these flyers. If you wish to print flyers that you can write on, we recommend using a matt paper.
Flyers were the first mass communication tool and have been in use ever since the 15th century. Most flyers back then were commercial – like the tabloid from the middle ages distributed on markets, in front of churches, as well as in bookstores.
The main themes of flyers were sensations and miracles as well as political and military news, and information. While the general layout, content and the target audiences of flyers has changed over the course of centuries, the actual purpose of flyers has remained the same. Flyers are a very good and comparatively cheap tool for mass communication.