20 Jul 7 Guidelines for a Good Medical Brochure
Healthcare brochures often take a huge portion of a budget but it’s not necessarily money well-spent. The idea is great but chances are you’ve fallen into some pitfalls. Here the top 7 things to consider.
- Unclear. Clarity is the entire intention of the brochure so it has to convey a specific message and provide important information with just a quick glance.
- Amateur Hour. This is not the time to skimp on marketing, design, or content writing. A fill-in-the-blank approach to a generic template probably won’t satisfy your customer’s needs!
- Too Small. No one wants to read small, squished text so be sure that your brochure has ample room to explain everything, with room to breathe too.
- Robotic. Consumers buy with their hearts and their heads so be sure that you sell your facts and figures with a bit of human emotion as well.
- Too Generic. Branding is important in the healthcare world too! Don’t be yet another look-alike, boring provider in the industry.
- Passive. Your brochure needs an active sense of urgency that provides a unique call to action. At the same time, you have to encourage a relationship with text that balances the line between conversational and professional. It’s difficult but definitely possible.
- Image Overshadow. A successful brochure is appealing to the reader and looks clean, precise, and interesting but it can’t lack substance. Remember that a picture isn’t really worth a thousand words unless it’s an infographic!
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