Can anyone guess what the return was on this flier?
Is it 5%???
lower…keep guessing lol
someone said it reminds them of a sears flyer, and then when i looked at it, thats the first thing i thought too, but thats not always a bad thing, text-wise i think it has the right elements for the most part, and as usual your flyers are attractive and look professionally done [cause they are…lol]
This flier was based on tips and comments and suggestions from someone on this forum that really likes to stab my other fliers. the response? 0% yes honestly 0% not one call from this flier.
Ouch. How many did you pass out?
I targeted the nicest part of town, up on airport hill, i only passed out 200, so not as much as the spring one. plus while is was printed on quality paper it was not near as nice as my spring flier. I also used the design at grocery stores wit the tear off numbers…not one call even.
I bet if this was your spring flyer the results would be a little different. Here are my thoughts.
Spring is a hotter time of the year to sell window cleaning, even the worst flyers will pull in some calls.
Fall is a tougher sell. Many people who normally hire a wc do so once a year (springtime) and those that actually get them done twice will probably call the same guy who did them in the spring.
To pull new customers in the fall you probably have to hit them with a sweet deal.
Then again, I’m so surprised which flyers get me calls and which don’t.
Mark thats very true, i think i could have put out anything really in the spring, since never in the history of North Bay Ontario Canada had a window cleaner used fliers to sell window cleaning!
Once the competition catches up i’ll need to produce better fliers thats for sure.