Designing quality corporate newsletters for businesses in the North East for over 15 years from my studio in Chester-le-Street, County Durham
Why use printed business Newsletters?
People like print! It’s tactile, familiar and perceived as being more legitimate. This is all great news when you want your message to stand above the email clutter, because these days, paper feels new!
Even though newsletters are generally free, that doesn’t mean they should look cheap.
They represent your brand and values. Poor newsletter design can do more harm than good and damage your credibility. That’s why I make sure your printed corporate, staff or community newsletter is consistently branded, reinforces the quality and professionalism of your business and conveys information clearly and concisely.
Helping you stay in touch.
Whether your customers are local to Durham, Washington, Consett, Gateshead, Sunderland, Newton Aycliffe, Teesside the wider North East Region or further afield, a printed newsletter on the doormat is an effective way of promoting your services and reminding everyone that you’re still here. It’s also a great reason to engage with customers on a regular basis.
A cost effective way to get noticed.
My professionally designed newsletter and print packages are VAT FREE, which is perfect for non-registered sole traders and smaller businesses.
I make your newsletters looks great with a minimum of fuss on your part.
After an initial briefing session, all I need from you is text and images…I take care of the rest. I’ll send you a PDF proof of the final newsletter design for checking and comment, and once approved I send it to print. All you have to do is sit back and wait for the fast turnaround delivery. It couldn’t be simpler.
Call Graem on 07889 124 361
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Newsletter Top Tips!
- Give it a punchy relevant title
- Design an eycatching masthead sytle
- Give it a date and issue number
- Build your pages in columns
- Dont cram in text, use white space
- Be consitent with your fonts, colours and sizes for headlines and bodycopy
- Make sure your images are good quality
- Minimise your colour pallete
- Make a footer with your company contact information