Brochure Printing In Melbourne Works

It's hard to imagine any business in Australia, let alone a business in Melbourne, that couldn't benefit from having a quality, affordable brochure printer in their corner. Printed brochures have been proven over and again as being Australias most popular printed marketing collateral. They're not only versatile, but when you have a brochure printing company that offers an online brochure printing service at trade prices, then growing your business awareness and profits has never been easier.

 

"We pride ourselves on producing top-quality, attractive and highly-targeted brochures through our Account Managed service, while at the same time offering an affordable online brochure printing service at trade print prices to the online print brochure market"

 

Why we're different

Although our online print brochure tool offers affordable trade prices to everyone equally, it is targeting towards the Marketing and Print Design Savy. With that in mind, we offer a different range of brochure products than the normal online print website. The differences are seen in 1. our brochure tools sites usability 2. our real-time pre-flight press check, 3. the terminology we use and 4. our working sheet-sizes. Our print brochure ranges from open sizes of A2 and scales down to A6.

Our Brochure Size


Our online brochure printing service starts with the below open sizes. (The Open Size is defined as the size of the brochure when it's laid out flat. Our Open Sizes include...
A6 - 105mm x 148mm
A5 - 210mm x 148mm
A4 - 210mm x 297mm
A3 - 420mm x 297mm
A2 - 420mm x 594mm
8pp A4 - 297mm x 840mm
6pp A4 - 297mm x 630
8pp DL - 210mm x 396mm
DL - 210mm x 99mm
Double DL - 210mm x 198mm
The Open Size and Stock (paper choice) you chose then determines what brochure folding options might be then possible. The Fold field determines the finished size of your brochure.

 

The Offset Vs Digital Printing Field

When you quote your brochure printing online with Goliath, you might notice the Offset and Digital option. The Offset option is suited towards high volume printing while the Digital option is suited towards low volumes. For Example, if you wanted a quote for 2000 brochure you would select Offset, and if you only wanted 50 or 100 brochure you would select digital. The Offset Printing Process is the traditional process whereby four metal plates rapidly strike and leave an inked impression on the paper. The Digital Printing process on the other-hand uses Inkjet, laser and HP Indigo digital offset technology, and while it is cost-effective at small volumes, it does not become more affordable with high volume the way offset printing does.

 

 


 

making online brochure printing available to

everyone at trade prices without an account

Try our Online Print Brochure Guide Page here!

download your free brochure templates here

Here you can download two of the most popular online tri-fold brochure templates. Two of these files are A4 to DL Roll-Fold and the other two are A4 to Dl Z-Fold (concertina fold).
These two online brochure files are the correct size and illustrate where the folds will be.
Simple download the files, select the appropriate brochure fold, populate the file with your artwork and upload it to our above online brochure ordering portal:)

Commercial Brochure Printing

 

A Helpful Little Hint

Compared to other forms of advertising, brochure printing is extremely affordable per person reached; and when done right, brochures are an outstanding tool for driving customers to your business.

Remember to include a Call to Action. You telling your prospective customer what you want them to do next. While you may have the most compelling product in the world, without a Call to Action, your brochure isn't asking the reader for the sale.

 

Our Services Can include...

Design: What is the most effective way to design your brochure?
Layout: Which layout will provide the biggest impact?
Crucial Elements: Does your brochure have the crucial elements to be seen from a distance?
Graphics: Which colours will provide you with the most bang for your buck?
Fonts: Which fonts will complement your purpose and draw potential customers in?
Imagery: How can you use images to enhance your brochures design?
Words: Does your brochure have an attention-grabbing headline? Is it well-written, proofread and easy to understand?
Message: Are the benefits clearly presented and explained, with a strong call-to-action?