written by: Khaye Mydette Sy Cardenas Macalinao•edited by: Tricia Goss•updated: 10/30/2010
Planning to create your own travelers' brochure to attract more costumers? You’ve journeyed to the right place for such a project! Learn the basics in brochure-making plus download great examples of Microsoft Publisher travel brochure!
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Igniting Travelers' Curiousity
Creative, informative and beautiful. These are the key elements to make each traveler close the brochure you made, and then nail down his/her reservation with your travel agency. So you want to learn how to make a great travel brochure free? Read on.
When creating a travel brochure that invites the readers to visit an exotic land, it is a great challenge. It means making a booklet that clearly describes the new must-see place. It must include everything that the tourists need to know in an informative, catchy and intriguing way.
Yes, tickling the curiosity and interest of the travelers is the must-do in every brochure. Write catchy texts and include beautiful photos that are intriguing enough so you can encourage travelers to jump on board to go where you direct them.
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Designing a Travel Brochure
Before you start designing your travel brochure, list down all the necessary information needed.Get a brief background of the place, take photos of its captivating scenery and start constructing lines that sell. Also, highlight the discounts you offer in your travel package.Tourists usually get hooked to see great offers that affords them enjoyment.
When creating a travel brochure, these are the top three items necessary:
1. Vibrant Colors
Good color combination is essential to creating brochures. Your brochure needs to be noticed. The first thing that will catch the readers' attention is the splash of colors in your brochure.
2. Captivating Photos
Seeing the place you want them to visit is vital. Capture the best angles of the site. Hire a professional photographer to make sure you obtain impressive photos.
3. Persuasive Text
Inviting text will make them nail down the booking. Word your brochure nicely and use clean fonts.
Here are some examples of Microsoft publisher travel brochures: