If you can’t fit all the information you need to put in a brochure, then booklets are your best option. Booklets play two main functions: as an informative material and as a promotional tool. There are different booklet sizes you can choose from. Know more about booklet sizes to find out which size best suits your objectives. Remember that the larger the space, the more freedom you have to showcase text and images about your products or services.
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Small booklet sizes such as 5.5" x 8.5" and 8.5" x 11" are usually the standard size for instruction manuals, reports, catalogs and magazines. For those who plan on using booklets as sales materials, utilize space wisely by putting substantial images and text; only place information that would help your client understand your products’ features. If you need larger space, the 12" x 12" booklets might be your best bet. Booklets of this size are ideal for larger projects. This gives you more flexibility with layouts and more space for text and pictures. You won't have to worry about overcrowding the page.
There are also different types of booklet binding available in the market. These are saddle stitch, wire-o and perfect binding among others. The binding also contributes to the overall appeal of your booklets.
UPrinting offers high-quality booklet printing in an affordable price. You can check our website for the specific booklet sizes and binding options that we offer. If you need help or have questions on booklet printing
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