When it comes to leaflets, size is everything… right?
If you’re the owner of a small business, you’re probably pretty used to ordering leaflets – they’re the go-to item for boosting business! Perfect for driving footfall, ideal for raising awareness and great at generating a buzz!
So with the most popular leaflets being A6 and A5, which is better, and how should you choose which size you need?
What’s the difference – A6 or A5?
The first difference is size; A6 leaflets are twice the size of A5 ones (A6 are 148x105mm, whereas A5 are 210x148mm). Secondly, the difference is in their use. Most of our customers use A6 leaflets as handouts to promote an offer, or occasion that needs action – attendance at an event, buy something now, that kind of thing. A5 leaflets seem to be used mainly when promoting a service or business that doesn’t need a response right away – window cleaners, grass cutters, mail order products – that kind of thing.
What should I use A6 / A5 leaflets for?
Leaflets are usually used to promote a business, service or event. They’re used the world over when promoting all kinds of business! From shops to florists – even printers! 😉
Leaflets are perfect for popping through letter boxes, left on car wind screens or handed out. They’re cheap to buy, and are great at reaching an audience quickly.