1) Calm down and piece together everything
The instance you think about creating a media to introduce your product, services or announcement ideas started popping in. Organize these ideas and put together everything
2) Identify your target market
Think about the people you want to see reading and sharing your flyers. That is your target market. You need to identify your target market so you can budget your expenses and have a general idea so you can choose colors and pictures that would attract these specific market.
3) Clarify your budget
Once you have identified your market you can have a general idea on how much you need to print which can help you compute roughly how much you will be needing to set aside for your flyers. Find a printer that can give you a good rate that will work with your budget.
4) Look around for a professional printer
the most important thing you need to look for is a printer. Find one that has been recommended by some people you know or has a lot of raves from the online community. It is important t know what other people say about your chosen printer. Make sure your printers are reliable in terms of printing quality, meeting the deadline and good customer service.
5) Pick colors
colors are important and helpful to attract your target market so pick one that highlights what you want to show case. Try to read up on color psychology as well so you can learn more about colors that changes mood patterns so you can carefully pick the right color for your flyers.
6) Find pictures
Find great looking pictures to include in your flyer. Since it is just a flyer keep the number of pictures to a minimum. If the pictures you have are not enticing try to find a photographer who is an expert in your particular need, there are photographers who can make food really juicy or perfect, can make your office look bigger etc.
7) Pick font type and font size
Pick a font that is easily readable and simple. Avoid font sizes that are too small that people can barely read or huge ones that almost fills the entire flyer.
8) Write your text
The shorter the text the better, as long as the information is complete and succinct then your text is fine. Use a simple language and avoid jargons or highfaluting words that nobody barely understands.
9) Draft your design
Now that you have your text, pictures, colors etc. create a draft design so you can give it to your printers.
10) Find a designer (if you are having trouble piecing them all together)
11) Choose your paper type and size
Paper type and sizing are dependent with your printers, pick one that can house your text and pictures.
12) Find people to distribute while waiting for printing to finish
There are flyers everywhere so you need to create one that exceeds all others. Make one that attracts the people to read it and not just throw it away. So make it extra special before heading out for flyer printing.