Whether you need design, copy or both, we have the tools to create the perfect brochure or ebook for your business.
Content drives engagement, so how about a nice brochure to advertise your products or services?
Because while having a digital presence is all the rage, sometimes there’s nothing better than having a physical document to promote your brand.
Maybe you need to present a report?
Or perhaps you’ve got an important pitch coming up?
Leave nothing to chance. Our brochures have been used to win investment, secure new budget and launch new software.
Perhaps you’re after an ebook to add to your marketing arsenal?
After all, the right ebook can be an invaluable tool, as they can pull in a targeted audience, build up leads and attract new customers.
We create brochures and ebooks that are stylish, impactful and powerful.
We’ve created brochures to assist multi-million pound advertising campaigns, such as promotional activity for events like The Ryder Cup, the Barclays Premier League and the UEFA Champions League.
But we’ve also created ebooks for companies.
In particular, start-ups have used them as part of a growth hacking strategy.
For both brochures and ebooks, the principles are the same:
And that takes experience and skill.
We can work to any style guides that you might have in place, or we can recommend an approach for you – whatever you prefer.
Vicki produced two brochures for my network marketing company - one on the business opportunity and one on the range of products.
Vicki was able to sift through what was essentially an information dump of documents, website links and powerpoint point presentations.
She distilled this information into two excellent and professional brochures. I am very pleased with the outcome and highly recommend her.
TalkTalk Business hired Splash Copywriters to use their editorial expertise in order to undertake a review of our customer-facing product documentation for our Hosted Contact Centre (HCC) product.
It was a very successful project that helped us solve a number of internal and external content-related problems.