School fundraising doesn’t have to be so painful and predictable. To inject new life into your school fundraising, why not use some of the following 5 easy fundraising ideas for your own school promotions.
Does this sound familiar? You rushed to promote a major event or the kick-off of a new sermon series. The big day came and went and it seems your marketing efforts fell flat. Not only was the initial turnout small, but the hope of church guests returning has faded like the money you spent on […]
So you’ve got the voice, the gear, the music. Perhaps you’ve even built up an impressive following in your hometown…There is just one thing missing: that highly coveted but always-elusive recording contract. See how to market your band and succeed without one.
Nerd is the word at NextDayFlyers this week as we bring you 4 über quality business cards templates for designers, photographers, coders, artists, techy’s, developers, and all other nerd entrepreneurs. All these templates in both Photoshop and Illustrator formats are prepped and ready for your own copy. So get editing and print your own business cards today and lets make nerd hay while the sun shines!
Man! There’s a heck of a lot of apps out there to choose from and I’d say that 90% of them are utter bunkum! The following apps, however, are pretty awesome and what’s more, they’re free! So if you want to know how to market your business, or manage it from your smart device, we recommend the following freebies to help with marketing strategies for small business owners.
As an event planner, you have to do something big and bold to make an impression on your guests and to provide them with beautiful moments (to share on Twitter, and Facebook.) Whether your planning a private party, block party, wedding, festival, or other outdoor shin-dig, the following ideas represent some original concepts that you can use this summer to add some sparkle and magic to proceedings.
To help you break out of the traditional format, we have put together a few creative flyers for your church that are totally free to use. In PSD (Photoshop) format, you can add your own logos, images, and messages to these templates to make them highly original and personal to your church and its aims.
The following fonts are close derivations of the original punch cut letterforms and print press font styles that fed printing presses in the 14th Century and beyond. When you next use these fonts, I hope they give you the added sense of tradition and history that these beautiful letters bring to your designs and messages.