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BrandDoozie – DIY marketing materials for small companies


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BrandDoozie is a new online service which lets you create a full suite of marketing material quickly and easily. The package includes tools to create your brand logos, marketing documents like brochures, stationery and business cards and even photos relevant to your industry sector.

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The service is free while in beta, and it looks like an interesting way for a small business to get up and running quickly with a respectable brand, but of course what the site doesn’t do is provide any guidance on the really important factors surrounding marketing, like brand focus, messaging and the oh so important market segmentation.

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Nevertheless the layout and functionality is rather well done. Even something as simple as changing the colour palette of the document design templates is impressively fast and easy, and the results are proof that the service has been put together with some solid design smarts. They claim over a million brand variations are possible, and once the templates start to flow into the system it should be fairly easy to build a cool brand design with a minimum of effort. I have to say I like the idea a lot, although the design houses will sneer, hopefully it will give anyone with an idea the chance to look professional for a small financial outlay, which has got to be a good thing. Definitely one to watch.

 BrandDoozie is the easy-to-use online marketing tool that provides start-ups and small businesses with professionally designed brand systems. With quick access to brochures, business cards, direct mail, flyers and more, you’ll be marketing in no time.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



  • Raj

    That site is dead

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