A tri fold type of print material is eight and a half by eleven sheet of paper material that is usually folded twice to make three panels on each of its side. With the tri fold type, you will now have four locations or areas wherein you can write your business message or content: the front cover, the inside front panel, the inside spread and the back cover.
As similar to all other guidelines when writing your content or message for your print material, the broad course of action usually applies:
• That your print material text must always be brief and clear which usually makes it easy for you to target clients and customers to grasp and understand fully all your business message.
• That your print material text must always address your targeted clients and customers directly.
• That your print material headline and subheadings must be used to arrange or organize all your ideas and help your targeted clients and customers focus on a given business product or service that you offer.
• That you must always use these print materials that can easily be understood by all the people, without having to resort to a dictionary to get the meaning of the word used.
With these ideas in mind, it is now time for you to center on your print material message that will be placed in each of the locations of your print material.
• The front cover – the abut face of your print material is considered as one of the most vital parts. It is the very first thing that all your clients and customers will see, and then make them decide whether to open and read all the things that is written on it, or on the whole, reject or just throw away these print materials. This is why it is a must for you to give a visually appealing front cover that will make all your clients and customers want to read more and know more about your business.
• The inside front part – this part of your print material is usually used for the content or message that will be used to summarize your sales pitch. And because it is also one of the most crucial part, your business contact details and information must be included in the inside front part.
• The inside panel or part – the three full panels created when you spread your print material must always have the complete description of your business and what you do to make the lives of all your clients and customers more enjoyable and comfortable.
• The back cover – finally, unlike the front cover, and the inside front panel, the back cover is the least of your worries. Not at all or not much must be written on this part, as your clients are least likely to read this part of your print brochures task.