What is a leaflet?
A leaflet is a small printed or digitally published document, typically a folded single sheet of paper, that is designed to be handed out or distributed. Leaflets are often used for advertising, informational, or promotional purposes, and may be distributed in a variety of settings, such as at events, in stores, or through the mail. Leaflets can be made in a variety of sizes and formats, and may include text, images, and other visual elements. They are a common tool for businesses, organizations, and individuals to communicate information to a specific audience or group of people.
What is a flyer and how does it differ?
A flyer is a type of advertisement that is designed to be distributed to a large number of people, typically by being handed out or posted in public places. Flyers are often used to promote events, products, or services, and may be distributed in a variety of settings, such as at events, in stores, or through the mail. Like leaflets, flyers can be made in a variety of sizes and formats, and may include text, images, and other visual elements. The main difference between a leaflet and a flyer is typically the size and format of the document, with flyers often being larger and more eye-catching than leaflets. Leaflets are also typically folded and the information therein comparmentalised, where as flyers are double sided single sheet and unfolded.