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Five Ways to Make Advertising Stand Out From the Crowd

Would you like your advertising to stand out from the crowd? Banners and Mash share their five top tips for advertising with custom banners and signs.
 
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  • <strong>Banners and Mash</strong>

There are many things to consider when you're thinking about advertising on custom banners and signs for your business.

    LEEDS, ENGLAND, February 13, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- There are many things to consider when you're thinking about advertising on custom banners and signs for your business. But Yorkshire based company Banners and Mash are here to make things a little clearer with their five top tips for advertising.

1. It's what you say, not how you say it

Be precise, clear and to the point when you're advertising your event on banners and signs. An advert with too much information is off putting, whereas one with too little can leave a costumer confused. Think of a snappy tagline and add links to websites and social media. Don't forget to add your contact details such as an address, an email contact or a phone number.

2. Keep Your Typeface Simple

Keeping your typeface simple on custom banners and signs is a great way to ensure that your advertising isn't overlooked. It looks better at first glance to those who're reading it and it's easier to read for people with dyslexia or for those who are visually impaired.

3. Choose Stunning Illustrations

A great photo can really draw people in. A bad one can really turn people away. Make sure your product is shown in the best light and invest in good product photography by employing a professional photographer or visit stock photo websites to purchase one hassle-free, straight from the store.

4. Design a Business Logo

If you haven't got a logo for your business designing one to brand your business is a great way of drawing in custom, a picture says a thousand words after all! Your logo should be instantly recognisable and related to your business.

5. Keep to a Colour Scheme

Think about what you'd like to express in your advertising. Bright colours are great for advertising focused towards children: pink is great for girls only and hen events, blues/greens are classic colours for professional services such as accountants/surveyors and rich reds are great for advertising boutique bars and classy clubs. Think about what you'd like to project to those responding.

If you'd like more information or a consultation on advertising your business or events, pop over to www.bannersandmash.com, call their team on 03333 553399 or email gang@bannersandmash.com. They can help with bespoke design for your banners and signs or point you in the direction of their do it yourself service.

Banners and Mash are a Leeds based printers, delivering UK wide for free. To discuss printing and design requirements please call on 03333 553399, email on gang@bannersandmash.com or find them on facebook at www.facebook.com/BannersandMashLimited



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