A4 posters make for a great choice if you are planning to advertise your promotions indoor as they are small enough for you to be able to reproduce them for minimal cost, but are large enough for people to take interest in them. These offer more than sufficient space for a simple but eye-catching design and text. This means you can use the space to feature upcoming promotions, events, or even showcase your bestselling products. They must, however, be seen from relatively up-close for people to be able to read. Examples of places to hang them up include office and supermarket boards, hallways and shop doors. You can even simply distribute them in mailboxes.
Additionally, while they are not usually distributed, they are small enough to be handed over to customers or prospects for them to keep for future reference. This can in turn help increase your brand’s exposure as the ones who keep the posters may talk about your brand and even show it to their circle of friends, creating a positive spiral of word-of-mouth.
Furthermore, A4 posters are available in three poster materials such as the highly recommended standard 135 gsm Gloss MC, which makes for a perfect choice for indoors. There are also ones which are ideal for billboards and poster walls such as the 115 gsm Blueback colour blocking poster material. For the outdoors, the waterproof 170 gsm PVC is a good option. If you are looking for other specific types of posters including neon, double-sided or sticker, head directly to our website to consult our offering.
If you are planning to promote your brand inside establishments such as schools or perhaps on the premises of your company, then go for A4 size posters. For more information about A4 posters, feel free to get in touch
with us and we will be more than happy to assist you further.
Printing resolution for A4 Posters
To output an image with the best quality, it’s important to set up the right resolution. A resolution of 210 x 297 mm at 300 ppi (pixels per inch). Don’t forget to add bleed! Bleed is essential if you want your printed products to show up as you expected. Add a bleed of 3 mm on all sides of your design. InDesign has an easy tool with which you can add bleed easily. Photoshop requires you to add it manually. Not sure if you added bleed the right way? Check our free templates on the product page of the product you’re ordering.