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As I read about brochure marketing tips around the internet. I come across a recurring theme: in order for your brochure to be effective, you need to have an excellent brochure design. Expert authors again and again reiterate that an effective brochure must have a nice brochure design that is nice to look at and interests your audience.They emphasize that your brochure design should be in full color and that there should be an image that can jack up your audience’s anticipation and hold their interests. However, with so much focus on the design, one loses sight on the content of your copy. Here are some non-design tips that you can use with your brochures:Maintain your credibilityAlways maintain your credibility. And I mean always. You should never exchange your credibility for anything. Many companies today produce brochures that use offers and promises that they have no intention of honoring. Yes, in the short run, people will notice your brochures and pick them up, call your company and be interested. However, they would not appreciate being conned once they realize it. Once the integrity of your company is compromised, it is hard to rebuild it.Pick an audience but not just any audienceWhen making a brochure campaign, always target a specific audience. It is harder to market a product on a general base than doing marketing on a more focused group. When you identify the group that you want to market to, you can easily do research and formulate a campaign that suits them. Make it personalTo make it easier to have a connection with your audience, you must have a personal tone on your brochures and make your audience feel that you are directly speaking to them. Of course this would be easier if you follow the previous tip that I discussed which is picking your target audience. The more focused your target audience is, the easier it is to connect with them. Having a general audience will leave you with a lot of things and preferences that you should narrow down and choose to focus on. And even if you come up with a preference or an idea that you will focus on, it is not a sure thing that this will work since there are just too many factors to consider. Limiting these factors and targeting a specific niche will make it easier for you to connect and have that one on one relationship that you want your readers to feel. What’s next?Always include in detail what you want your readers to do next. Do not leave them hanging. If you want them to visit your website, tell that in your brochures. If you want them to go to your company personally, put it in your brochures and if you want them to call you, tell it to them directly. People need to know what they should do next or they will not respond to your brochure no matter how good it is.Never forget your contact informationAlways include your contact information in your brochures. Enough said.
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