The best things in life and business are free, so when I came across this simple online tool to easily create promotional flyers; I had to share it with you!
- Do you have a fitness promotion coming up?
- Are business funds a bit tight?
- Do you need professional looking brochures fast?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, then I’ve got some good news for you!
Today I thought I’d show you guys a very cool, very easy to use and very free brochure making tool that I’ve used from time to time that’s hidden away on the brother (the printer guys) website.
I made the one below in about 4 minutes just to show you an example; however, with a bit more time and effort (maybe 8 minutes) you could create some pretty awesome personal training brochures, because you’re far more talented and creative than I ever will be!
How To Make Free Fitness Promotion Flyers
Follow this link to the free brochure creation software; Click Here.
Once you’re on the homepage, choose your template.
I just used the ‘Health And Fitness Trifold’ template and as you can see from the image above, it came out pretty good for 4 minutes work. You can modify all of them so play around with the others if you prefer.
Once you’ve selected the template you want, click “Start Here” as demonstrated below:
Add your text.
Simply double click on each section and fill in the blanks. A good trick could be to find a brochure you like from another company and copy it’s layout and/or wording.
You can adjust the font style and colour by using the controls along the top of the toolbar.
Upload your images.
On the left hand side, click upload new photos and follow the prompts. Click and drag your images where ever you want on the brochure and adjust the size by using the arrows on the picture. This part took me about 2 minutes to figure out.
Also, don’t worry if your images appear blurry as you’re creating the draft, they’re fine when it’s time for print.
The quality of your brochures will depend on the quality of your printer and paper. I printed the one above on my black and white laser printer for kicks and it looks OK I guess; certainly better than no brochure.
If you need more help than the instructions I’ve provided, there is a comprehensive ‘How To’ section on the site which you can access by clicking here:
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