Roller banners are an important marketing tool – in fact, considering their convenience in transport and storage, their effectiveness for drawing crowds and their relatively economical investment, they’re one of the most advantageous tools you can possibly have. However, you need to make sure that the banner is of quality, and that includes the print. Roller or pull up banners with great quality print make you look professional and capable; a banner with lesser quality print may be a serious turn-off and may make your potential customers run to the competition instead. To be sure you get the print that you need, here are the top five questions you should always ask a banner printing service.
What size of banners can you print?
Size is an important aspect of the banner – it will largely depend on where you plan to place the banner. If you’re planning to place it outdoors, then the larger, the better. However, when you are only going to use it indoors, too large a banner might be intimidating and overwhelming.
Furthermore, your budget is going to put limitations on the size you want. Think about it carefully. By the way, if you’re planning to use multiple banners, you might get a discount – ask your banner printing service about that as well.
Material is important
The material of your banner is important because it will decide four things: first, it will determine the quality (and therefore the price and durability) of your banner. Secondly, it will affect the way your banner needs to be maintained and taken care of. Thirdly, it will influence whether you can use your banner indoors or outside. Lastly, it will influence the quality of the print.
Indoors or outdoors?
Banners that are used outdoors will need to be made of stronger material than those used only indoors – and there will be some other measures that are important, such as the printing and the attachment devices. Make sure to ask the printer to ensure the banner serves its purpose to the fullest.
Do they provide design services? This can be a much-needed bonus as well.
Is proofreading possible?
Make sure your banner has been proofread. No spelling or grammar mistakes allowed!
Designing roller banners is not as hard as you might think; it requires a little research regarding your target demographic and you’ll need to understand your brand and product and how it relates to your ideal customer. Still, these are requirements for any advertising or promotional effort. Once you have the design, however, you need to make sure you get the printing service you need. You want to come across as a company that can provide quality, and this ability should be reflected in the quality of your roller banner as well. Choose carefully.