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Logo of the Week

Logo of the Week

AdTree is a venture that provides innovative, cost effective and contextual advertising opportunities to Local Businesses.  They offer the best AdBlend to help clients reach their potential customers.

As the strategy of Adtree is constant innovation for  all fronts – technology, product, marketing, advertising and business operations, the upshot of our design was to encapsulate its business values. The logo depicts a tree with vibrant colors signifying the sparkle in company’s amplified ad services. The square symbols indicate diverse media tantalizing plentiful customers. Altogether, the visual identity adumbrates wide-ranging services offered by Adtree.

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Know your Brochure Type

Brochure Types

Introduction

It’s well known that success of a business greatly depends upon the success of its marketing communication – To reach the client effectively is a key determinant. In this sphere of effort, Brochures play a crucial role and brochure designing most critical. Designing a brochure as presentation of mere information without effective design brings apathetic results. Additionally, much before you start the design work, it’s imperative to choose right brochure type to be impactful.

Brochures vary in types depending on the role they need to play. Firstly, before considering the factors – target audience, budget, content and scope of distribution – reflect on purpose of the brochure, for e.g.:

When I need to introduce my company to a client I didn’t even know exists?

Use Direct Mailing Brochures Direct Mailing Brochures are designed as to be sent as snail mail to prospective customers. They are designed to introduce the company to a customer, and inform the importance and special features of the company/products. Direct Mailing Brochures acts as an efficient tool for small businesses.

So, when a prospect shows initial interest in my products how do I ensure he becomes a client?

Communicate your interest through Response Brochures Response Brochures are used when prospects show specific interests in the company. Response Brochures are designed to drive home best features and emphasis on better solutions. They aim at convincing prospects that business is worth their expectations.

While making a sales presentation, it’s common for participants to lose track and then find it difficult to follow, how will I manage the situation?

Distribute Support Brochures Support Brochures come handy while making sales presentation. It is designed to coincide with sale presentation, so that the participants never seem lost. It facilitates the presentation to be effective as viewers can refer to the brochure if they do not follow the presenter.

I am participating in an event, however, there are too many people around to handle; how do I keep them interested?

Entice with your Drop-Off Brochures Drop off brochures are highly effective when you have too many potentials to be attended individually. These are different from Response Brochures, because they are not necessarily for people who have shown interest. These brochures are designed with a sales approach to persuade people about product/service and create interest in the buyer.

My store is flooded with people and no matter how many banners I put about different offers, customers tend to miss a thing or two. I need to make these offers work…

Place Check-out Brochures at various points Surely, Check-out brochures will suffice your need. They are designed to entice customers to buy more products by placing brochures next to the check out area of the store. These brochures have to be designed with a captivating headline to make customers look more closely at the content. Well and the most effective one will ensure another walk around the store for new set of purchase from the customer.

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