Remember to keep the contents of your brochure short and straight to the point: you’re trying to deliver a message quickly, not give potential customers something to read over the weekend. Use bullets or tables as necessary, and avoid hitting your readers over the head with huge blocks of text. Pictures and brochures graphics are also extremely important when it comes to catching customers’ eyes and holding their attention, but don’t overdo it by making things so busy that you’re brochures become painful to read.
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