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Nearly all general printers offer brochure and pamphlet printing options. Brochure and pamphlet printing is available in offset or digital printing formats and you will have the option of creating your design from scratch or using the experts to help you create a design that best represents your firm, product, or service.

Many printers offer free proof printing as well as the ability to create your unique design online. Look for printers that offer printing in a variety of different colors and formats and allow you to work from digital copies and create your designs online.

Things to consider when working with a brochure or pamphlet printer:

  • Brochure size
  • Paper type and finish
  • Folding
  • Printing on front, back, or both sides
  • Quantity
  • Information to include in brochure or pamphlet
  • Print turnaround time
  • Proof options
  • Front and back finishes
  • Hole drilling or perforating

Like all print advertisement and marketing material, language should be clear and concise. Make sure you include your firm's name, address, website, and phone number along with pertinent information on the services and products you offer. Consider highlighting specific products or services with the use of brochures or pamphlets to drive sales and increase customer base.

Many printers also offer direct mailing services and will address and ship your brochures and pamphlets directly to the customers, cutting down on turnaround time and shipping costs. Digital printing reduces costs as well by eliminating the use of printing plates and moves digital files directly into print form. If cost management is first on your list of concerns look for firms that offer two-color printing, digital printing, and direct mailing services to help you produce the best output for the lowest price.