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Printed with the company’s basic information such as the business address and contact numbers, these cards effectively deliver sales messages to target customers. Creating a post card is generally easy. However, there are three important things that you need to consider:
1. Use a big, bold headline. Your headline has one goal: to drive your prospects to read the rest of your card. A catchy headline will easily entice people to glance at your card. If you present them with a bold and clever headline, they are encouraged to continue reading and perhaps make a purchase in the end.
2. Create a catchy subheading. The goal of your subheading is to get your prospects to read further. An intriguing subheading will further arouse the interest of your prospects. Type your subheading slightly smaller than the heading so as not to overshadow your main message.
3. Create a smart copy. Naturally, after the heading and the subheading, you need to create a smart and sharp copy. This is where you present your offerings to your prospects. The first and second line should be written in such a way that you objective in the headline and subheading are fulfilled effectively. You need to hook the readers to read the rest. Then you can work on the rest of the body. This time your goal is to entice them to contact you via phone or email, place an order through, get them to visit your store, and encourage them to ask for more information.
To achieve all this, you need to carefully think over your post card design. Though simple to produce, not all designs are effective. Therefore, you need to mull over the design and as much as possible ask for expert advice. However, if you want to create your own design, here are some tips for you to consider:
• Do not forget to put your logo in your postcard printing. The one thing would help create brand recognition for you. A well-designed logo will keep you visible in the market, allowing people to remember you in case they need your products and services. A good place to put your logo is at the bottom of the card. It should be no larger than your phone number, but large enough for a person with eye problem to read and dial.
• Personalize your card. The traditional ones you buy from specialty shops and the post office are good for reference mailings, but if you want a sales post card, then create your own design. Personalizing your card gives people the impression that you take time to think of them when designing the card.
• Yours does not have to be in full color. Full color printing can be expensive. There are now cost effective options to expensive printing such as two- or four-color printing. If your budget does not allow for full color, then go for the less expensive color option.
• Print a response card at the back of the card. This is ideal when you want to get feedbacks, subscriptions or update your database. Inform your recipients to mail back the card with the information you need.