How to Make a Tutoring Flyer

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How to Make a Tutoring Flyer
Creating a flyer takes less work than you might think. (Arts and Crafts image by ne_fall_photos from Fotolia.com)

Creating a flyer for your tutoring business doesn’t require professional graphic design skills or a large advertising budget. Flyers are easy to make because most word-processing software have a variety of premade flyer templates developed by design experts to get you started. And you can reduce the cost of printing if you choose cost-effective design colours and paper options, print at home or post your flyer online.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Word-processing software
  • White or coloured paper

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Go to the New File section or use Help in your word-processing software to find flyer templates.

  2. 2

    Choose a flyer template that has a simple and direct layout that is easily readable at a distance.

  3. 3

    Fill in the flyer using the premade text boxes provided by the template wizard. Type into the designated text boxes a descriptive headline, the name of your business and/or your name, your contact information, a list of the subjects you tutor and a description of the learning techniques used.

  4. 4

    Print your flyer at home or with a professional printing service. The colour and type of paper you select, as well as the amount of colours in your design will determine the cost.

  5. 5

    Post your flyer to a classifieds website to eliminate printing costs altogether.

Tips and warnings

  • A popular template to use includes pull tabs at the bottom of the flyer. This allows potential customers to pull off a tab and take your contact information with them. With this style, use scissors to separate the tabs.
  • The headline grabs a potential customer’s attention by making a claim (for example, Best Local Tutoring), offering a discount, asking a question or using clever language. But keep it short–a simple, descriptive phrase or sentence works best.

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