103.2 Promotional flyers
- Edit as many times as is needed until it becomes perfect.
- Check: font, size, content, spelling, grammar, full stops, spacing, logos, date, author.
- Create the organization name and show what the current focus is; mission statement of two sentences. Maybe some achievements. http://ianrpubs.unl.edu/epublic/live/g2028/build/g2028.pdf Tips to help with the organization name. Nuans search -> When the name and abbreviation is done, do a google search to make sure no one has the same name, https://www.nuans.com/RTS2/en/faq_en.cgi http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cd-dgc.nsf/eng/h_cs02079.html http://www.nuans.com/nuansinfo_en/home-accueil_en.cgi
- What goes in the brochure? http://ctb.ku.edu/en/tablecontents/sub_section_main_1071.aspx Photographs, Resources, Team. Who is the audience? University students other community members. Mission Statement. What can you offer them? How are they going to contact you for more information?
- Paper Sizes for Brochure: Have to know what paper size works best for your brochure. http://www.nzprint.co.nz/download/Paper%20Sizes.pdf?inline Threefold fits a business size envelope. Cheaper for posting.
- Distribution: For who, purpose – what, why, when, and how – visit the post office for bulk mailing methods.
- Website / Blog. Use www.wordpress.com free. This can be private until you choose to make it public. Watch the training videos in YouTube.com
- ebooks. The Project Gutenberg Free books http://www.gutenberg.org/
- Newsletters and Newspapers. Local newspapers might have space for non-profit advertisements.