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About Atlanta

Atlanta, GA Atlanta is the capital and most populous city of Georgia and is located in the north-central part of the state. Its proximity to a major interstate makes it accessible by foot, car, or plane, while its population centers make it ideal for companies with employees spread across different locations. The Western and Atlantic Railroad operated from 1833 through 1836 and provided the means for Atlanta's growth (and name) from a settlement to a banking center. History of Atlanta, GA The Creek Indians called the area "Chattahoochee" or "Red Land." The land in this region was often swampy and undisturbed before European settlers arrived. Standing Peachtree is the location of an early Native American settlement. It is the closest to what is now Atlanta. The Creek of northern Georgia were forced out of their homes in the early 19th century as European Americans grew in number. The Creek was forced to leave in 1821 due to Indian Removal by the federal government, and Europeans arrived in 1822. In 1836, the Georgia General Assembly voted to build the Western and Atlantic Railroad to link the port of Savannah and the Midwest. At one point, the company wanted to run a route from Chattanooga to Savannah, but they encountered some difficulties building their railroad. The population of Atlanta had grown to over 9,000 by 1860. Railroads made it a strategic hub during the American Civil War. In 1864, the Union Army initiated its invasion of north Georgia. The Union Army had recently captured Chattanooga, Tennessee, and began moving southward. Atlanta's location was significant in several major battles of the Civil War and culminated in a four-month-long siege by the Union Army under General Sherman. Confederate General John Bell Hood ordered the destruction of all public buildings and possible assets on September 1st, 1864. The Union army would be positioned to capture Atlanta for a good reason. On November 11th, 1864, General William T. Sherman ordered the Union Army to destroy Atlanta's military assets. The city was almost entirely burnt to the ground during General William T. Sherman's March to the Sea. Atlanta was reconstructed after the Civil War, not through the "Reconstruction era" but instead during the period between 1865 and 1868. In 1868, Atlanta became Georgia's state capital, following a decision by the State Legislature to switch seats due to Atlanta's superior rail transportation network. Atlanta overtook Savannah as Georgia's largest city in 1880. By the 1880s, Atlanta had a thriving economy with many new industries (like railroads), making it a prime destination for investors. And in the New South, education became the main focus rather than literal agriculture. Over one thousand businesses were destroyed in the fire on May 21st, 1917. The victims were mostly displaced families that lost everything they had, with a single fatality only. In the 1950s, an improved highway system in Atlanta made it easier for middle-class Atlantans to move to more desirable areas. While Atlanta was generally prosperous in the postwar era, the color barrier and other forms of discrimination limited opportunities for African-Americans. In 1961, Atlanta attempted to thwart blockbusting by erecting fences around Cascade Heights. Business and civic leaders hoped to foster Atlanta as a "city too busy to hate." The Olympic Legacy project, which Atlanta initiated towards the end of the 20th century, focused on major initiatives that transformed the city and its status into a major global center in the past few decades. Given its rapidly changing situation, Downtown Atlanta has received more attention from residents and international companies over the past ten years. Learn More

Atlanta City in Georgia

  • City Name: Atlanta
  • County: Fulton
  • State: Georgia
  • Population: 496,461
  • latitude: 33.7628
  • Longitude: -84.422
  • Time Zone: America/New_York

Atlanta, GA/Zip codes

  • 30360


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 15866
    Latitude: 33.93198
    Longitude: -84.27302
  • 30363


    County: Fulton
    Population: 3783
    Latitude: 33.79147
    Longitude: -84.39887
  • 30344


    County: Fulton
    Population: 35380
    Latitude: 33.67508
    Longitude: -84.46029
  • 30345


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 24823
    Latitude: 33.85082
    Longitude: -84.28317
  • 30346


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 4711
    Latitude: 33.92425
    Longitude: -84.33881
  • 30349


    County: Fulton
    Population: 80047
    Latitude: 33.62346
    Longitude: -84.52591
  • 30350


    County: Fulton
    Population: 37635
    Latitude: 33.97881
    Longitude: -84.33366
  • 30354


    County: Fulton
    Population: 15323
    Latitude: 33.66058
    Longitude: -84.38609
  • 30337


    County: Fulton
    Population: 12559
    Latitude: 33.64019
    Longitude: -84.44962
  • 30338


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 38553
    Latitude: 33.9437
    Longitude: -84.31801
  • 30339


    County: Cobb
    Population: 33230
    Latitude: 33.86786
    Longitude: -84.46483
  • 30340


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 30345
    Latitude: 33.89808
    Longitude: -84.25113
  • 30341


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 33131
    Latitude: 33.88711
    Longitude: -84.28992
  • 30342


    County: Fulton
    Population: 32480
    Latitude: 33.88227
    Longitude: -84.37429
  • 30334


    County: Fulton
    Latitude: 33.74855
    Longitude: -84.38804
  • 30336


    County: Fulton
    Population: 327
    Latitude: 33.73718
    Longitude: -84.56768
  • 30329


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 26891
    Latitude: 33.82625
    Longitude: -84.32282
  • 30331


    County: Fulton
    Population: 63330
    Latitude: 33.70627
    Longitude: -84.54439
  • 30332


    County: Fulton
    Population: 2708
    Latitude: 33.77757
    Longitude: -84.40429
  • 30319


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 43244
    Latitude: 33.87875
    Longitude: -84.33596
  • 30322


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 2605
    Latitude: 33.7948
    Longitude: -84.32539
  • 30324


    County: Fulton
    Population: 30128
    Latitude: 33.8196
    Longitude: -84.3572
  • 30326


    County: Fulton
    Population: 7207
    Latitude: 33.84957
    Longitude: -84.36342
  • 30327


    County: Fulton
    Population: 22932
    Latitude: 33.86708
    Longitude: -84.42358
  • 30328


    County: Fulton
    Population: 37279
    Latitude: 33.93194
    Longitude: -84.38617
  • 30313


    County: Fulton
    Population: 11894
    Latitude: 33.76369
    Longitude: -84.39761
  • 30314


    County: Fulton
    Population: 23987
    Latitude: 33.75787
    Longitude: -84.43193
  • 30315


    County: Fulton
    Population: 35324
    Latitude: 33.70312
    Longitude: -84.38272
  • 30316


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 34810
    Latitude: 33.71277
    Longitude: -84.33218
  • 30317


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 14258
    Latitude: 33.74913
    Longitude: -84.31537
  • 30318


    County: Fulton
    Population: 58839
    Latitude: 33.79235
    Longitude: -84.44831
  • 30308


    County: Fulton
    Population: 22802
    Latitude: 33.77094
    Longitude: -84.37773
  • 30309


    County: Fulton
    Population: 27469
    Latitude: 33.798
    Longitude: -84.38774
  • 30310


    County: Fulton
    Population: 26979
    Latitude: 33.72695
    Longitude: -84.42726
  • 30311


    County: Fulton
    Population: 33334
    Latitude: 33.72345
    Longitude: -84.47442
  • 30312


    County: Fulton
    Population: 23801
    Latitude: 33.74463
    Longitude: -84.37577
  • 30303


    County: Fulton
    Population: 6106
    Latitude: 33.75284
    Longitude: -84.39028
  • 30305


    County: Fulton
    Population: 26398
    Latitude: 33.83518
    Longitude: -84.38931
  • 30306


    County: Fulton
    Population: 24769
    Latitude: 33.78867
    Longitude: -84.35136
  • 30307


    County: DeKalb
    Population: 20712
    Latitude: 33.77053
    Longitude: -84.33419
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Atlanta, GA/Nearby Cities we serve

Fulton County/Cities we serve in Fulton County, Georgia

  • Chattahoochee Hills, GA

    Chattahoochee Hills, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 3048
    Latitude: 33.5694
    Longitude: -84.7441
  • Palmetto, GA

    Palmetto, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 4843
    Latitude: 33.531
    Longitude: -84.6678
  • Hapeville, GA

    Hapeville, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 6553
    Latitude: 33.6609
    Longitude: -84.4093
  • College Park, GA

    College Park, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 14032
    Latitude: 33.6363
    Longitude: -84.464
  • Fairburn, GA

    Fairburn, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 16215
    Latitude: 33.5496
    Longitude: -84.5914
  • Union City, GA

    Union City, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 26273
    Latitude: 33.5942
    Longitude: -84.5629
  • East Point, GA

    East Point, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 37895
    Latitude: 33.6696
    Longitude: -84.4701
  • Milton, GA

    Milton, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 40487
    Latitude: 34.1353
    Longitude: -84.3139
  • Alpharetta, GA

    Alpharetta, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 65187
    Latitude: 34.0704
    Longitude: -84.2738
  • Johns Creek, GA

    Johns Creek, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 82068
    Latitude: 34.0333
    Longitude: -84.2027
  • Roswell, GA

    Roswell, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 92688
    Latitude: 34.0391
    Longitude: -84.3513
  • South Fulton, GA

    South Fulton, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 105551
    Latitude: 33.6273
    Longitude: -84.58
  • Sandy Springs, GA

    Sandy Springs, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 106605
    Latitude: 33.9366
    Longitude: -84.3703
  • Atlanta, GA

    Atlanta, GA

    County: Fulton
    Population: 5046555
    Latitude: 33.7628
    Longitude: -84.422

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What do we get asked most about Flyer Distribution from our clients in Atlanta?

Flyer Distribution FAQs

Can I hand out flyers in the street?

Generally, distributing free printed materials is legal and doesn't require any permission or licenses. However, in certain situations, it's important to consult with your local council before beginning your flyer distribution.

Can the post office mail flyers?

Looking to promote your small business in your local community? Let USPS® take care of the leg work with Every Door Direct Mail® (EDDM®). Whether you're offering coupons, having a sale, or opening a new location, EDDM is the perfect solution to send postcards, menus, flyers, and other promotional materials to the right people. It's easy and effective!

Can you hang flyers on telephone poles?

It is illegal to put flyers on telephone poles. When linemen begin their ascent up utility poles, they are faced with numerous safety concerns. Between the high voltage electricity overhead and the unforgiving ground below, their work environment is truly hazardous. To add to their challenges, they also have to deal with illegally posted signs and flyers that further complicate their already demanding job.

Do flyers still work in 2023?

Flyers can be a highly cost-effective and efficient form of advertising if utilized properly. Despite newer alternatives, businesses can still benefit from using flyers. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that flyers are relatively inexpensive.

Do I need permission to distribute flyers?

In most areas, it is crucial to seek permission from the local government before distributing flyers. It is recommended to consult with the local authorities to learn about the laws and regulations regarding flyer distribution. Moreover, in certain locations, door-to-door flyer distribution may only be allowed during specific days or hours of the week.

Do you put prices on flyers?

When creating marketing materials like brochures or retail signage, it's important to consider your target audience and the type of product or service you're selling. You may want to include or exclude the price based on these factors. For example, if your product is a high-end luxury item, it may be more effective to exclude the price and market it as a luxury good.

How can I distribute my flyers fast?

There are several popular methods for distributing flyers:

  1. Hanging them in public or community areas.
  2. Handing them directly to people.
  3. Placing a stack of flyers in a high-traffic area.
  4. Delivering them door-to-door or car-to-car.

How do you get flyers distributed?

Are you looking for effective ways to distribute flyers? Look no further! Here are some of the most successful methods you can utilize:

  1. Person-to-Person: Engage with potential customers directly by handing out flyers in person. This allows for personalized interactions and a higher chance of engagement.
  2. Leave a Stack in High Traffic Areas: Capitalize on busy places such as coffee shops, libraries, or community centers by leaving a stack of your well-designed flyers. This way, people can easily grab one and learn about your offerings.
  3. Business-to-Business: Target other businesses that share your target audience and collaborate with them to distribute each other's flyers. This symbiotic approach can significantly expand your reach.
  4. Direct Mail Marketing: Leverage the power of direct mail by sending well-crafted flyers to targeted mailing lists or specific demographics that align with your business objectives.
  5. Door-to-Door: Take advantage of door-to-door distribution to ensure maximum exposure within a specific geographical area. With this method, you can directly reach households who may be interested in what you have to offer.
  6. Multi Drop Distribution: Consider partnering with local newspapers or magazines for multi-drop distribution, allowing your flyer to reach a wider readership base through trusted publications.
  7. Now armed with these tried-and-true techniques, you'll be able to maximize the impact of your flyer distribution efforts and effectively capture the attention of potential customers!

How do you package flyers?

To protect the bundles from moisture, it is recommended to place them in a plastic or Ziploc bag. The booklets should be covered with bubble wrap and then placed in a sturdy cardboard box or envelope. Finally, the box should be securely closed and sealed.

How effective are flyers in real estate?

Real estate flyers serve as a powerful marketing tool for agents to promote their services and the homes available on the market. These flyers can be distributed through mail, door-to-door, or in person. With numerous types of flyers available, it's possible to create a unique marketing strategy that fits your brand. Various methods can be used to create these flyers, ensuring a successful marketing campaign.

How long does it take to distribute 1,000 flyers?

On average, it takes around 7-8 hours to distribute 1000 flyers. Typically, a single distributor can deliver approximately 1000 leaflets in a standard workday of 7-8 hours.

How long does it take to hand out 100 flyers?

If you're wondering how much time you'll need to distribute 100 flyers, let's talk about it. Generally, it takes about an hour to deliver about 100 flyers through mailboxed. However, if you plan to hand them out in the street, you can distribute up to 100-200 flyers per hour.

How many Flyers can you deliver per hour?

Our distributors deliver around 800-1000 leaflets per session, which is a manageable amount that makes each delivery trip productive without being too physically taxing.

How many flyers should I distribute?

To determine the quantity of leaflets to distribute based on your goal of acquiring new customers, use a conservative conversion rate of 1 in 1,000. For instance, if your target is to gain 30 new clients, you can use basic math to calculate that 30,000 leaflets should be distributed.

How many flyers should I print for new business?

For small businesses, it's best to print at least 1,000 flyers. This will give you a good amount of flyers to distribute in your area. If you have a larger budget, you can print up to 5,000 flyers.

How much does it cost to distribute flyers?

Flyers Distribution Cost

  • Shared Flyer Distribution: $0.04 - $0.10/Flyer or $40-$100/1,000 Flyers
  • Solo Flyer Distribution: $0.20 - $0.40/Flyer or $200-$400/1,000 Flyers
  • Paired Distribution: $0.10 - $0.20/Flyer or $100-$200/1,000 Flyers
  • GPS Tracked Distribution: $.32- $.55/Flyer or $320-$550/1,000 Flyers

How much does it cost to mail 1,000 flyers?

The total cost of mailing 1,000 flyers depends on several factors, including printing expenses, postage fees, and mailing list costs. When these factors are combined and calculated, the total cost for mailing 1,000 flyers can vary between $400 and $2,000, or even more.

How much does it cost to print 5,000 flyers?

Here is a simple guide that covers everything from start to finish. The prices for different quantities are as follows:

  1. 5,000: 4”x6” both sided print is $200-$400 including print and with shipping
  2. 10,000: 4”x6” both sided print is $400-$600 including print and with shipping
  3. 15,000: 4”x6” both sided print is $550-$750 including print and shipping

Is flyer distribution still effective?

Is distributing flyers still an effective marketing strategy? The answer is a resounding yes! A carefully planned flyer distribution campaign can be a highly successful approach to marketing, particularly when combined with other marketing techniques.

Is giving flyers a marketing strategy?

Marketing through flyers is a highly effective strategy that offers numerous benefits to businesses of all sizes and types. Flyers are a cost-effective promotional tool that can be prepared quickly and easily.

Is it cheaper to print your own flyers?

If you are considering printing flyers, it may seem more cost-effective to do it yourself if you have a high-quality printer and paper. However, in most cases, it is more affordable to have them printed professionally. Printing companies that specialize in flyers are often able to offer discounts on bulk printing, resulting in lower costs. Additionally, they typically have faster turnaround times and produce higher quality prints.

Is it illegal to post flyers around town?

Generally, the freedom of speech allows you to post flyers in public parks, on community bulletin boards, and utility poles among other public properties. Additionally, you can also distribute flyers directly to people on the sidewalk as long as you do not obstruct their paths or harass them.

Is it OK to put flyers in peoples mailboxes?

It is unlawful to place flyers in mailboxes and newspaper boxes without paying for postage and sending them through USPS. Moreover, some areas have regulations against door-to-door solicitation, which means that you cannot distribute your flyers by going door-to-door.

Is leaving a flyer soliciting?

Soliciting refers to the act of requesting something. Whether it's through distributing flyers or having a direct conversation, if you're requesting someone's business, it still falls under soliciting.

Is putting flyers in mailboxes a federal offense?

It is against the law to tamper with mailboxes. This includes placing non-postage stamped mailers (flyers) inside mailboxes or hanging them on the outside is not permitted and can lead to a substantial fine for each offense. It is even possible that this could result in a federal investigation, as mailbox tampering is considered a federal crime.

Is putting up flyers vandalism?

Sharing flyers to promote your business, create public awareness, or advertise a yard sale is an effective way to get the word out. There's nothing wrong with posting flyers for these purposes, but it becomes risky when you post them on someone else's property without permission.

What are the 5 parts of a flyer?

Here are five essential components for a successful project:

  1. A clear and concise goal or purpose.
  2. A catchy headline to grab the audience's attention.
  3. Engaging content that inspires and motivates the readers.
  4. Eye-catching graphics or pictures to enhance the overall presentation.
  5. Including your contact information or location for easy access and communication.

What are the consequences of putting flyers in mailboxes?

According to the U.S. Code for crimes and criminal procedure, it is not allowed to place unstamped flyers in any mailbox. Section 1725 in Title 18 specifies that individuals who intentionally deposit "mailable matter" without postage in a designated letter box may be fined up to $5000.

What is a flyer distribution?

Flyer distribution is an effective marketing practice that involves circulating flyers and door hangers to promote various businesses. In addition to distributing your materials, there are also providers who offer design and printing services, allowing you to effortlessly promote any type of business or event. It's a hassle-free solution that ensures your message reaches a wide audience in a professional manner.

What is handing out flyers called?

What do you call the act of distributing flyers? The common term used in the industry is "flyering". Companies that promote events or establishments usually hire flyer distributors to distribute flyers to the public as part of their marketing strategy.

What is the average rate for a flyer?

Ideally, the charge should range from $50 to $200 per design, but it may vary depending on factors like the flyer's size, design complexity, and your experience level. If you're new to this, it's better to charge lower fees within this range.

What is the best day to post flyers?

When planning your direct mail campaign, it's best to send it out on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. These days are the most ideal because recipients are usually fully immersed in their workweek routine, which means they are more likely to check their mail before heading home in the evening.

What is the best way to distribute flyers?

Some of the most commonly used methods for distributing flyers include hanging them in public or community areas, handing them out directly to people, or leaving a stack of flyers in a busy location.

What is the cheapest way to mail flyers?

Have you heard of EDDM, also known as Every Door Direct Mail? It's a cost-effective option for sending flyers, with postage prices as low as $0.20 per flyer. Here's how it works: you select a mailing route or routes within a specific ZIP code, and your flyers will be delivered to every address on that route. It's a great way to target a specific area without breaking the bank.

What is the disadvantage of flyers?

Consumers frequently ignore flyers because they are too simple and direct. Some may not even bother reading the content, opting to toss it away after reading just a few lines.

What is the most effective flyer size?

The A5 size is the most effective for advertising flyers. Measuring 5.8” x 8.3” or 148mm x 210mm, it's the perfect size to promote products, services, events, and leisure activities.

What is the role of a flyer distributor?

As part of your responsibilities, you will be tasked with promoting the company during public events, keeping track of the number of flyers distributed in specific locations, and providing relevant information about the content of the flyers. Additionally, you will assist in organizing advertising events.

Where should flyers be distributed?

7 Ways To Distribute Flyers and Increase Customers

Here are some ways for local businesses to promote themselves:

  1. Counter tops: Display your business cards or flyers on the counter tops of other local businesses.
  2. Publication pull-outs: Place an advertisement or article in a local publication's pull-out section.
  3. Sponsoring charity and business events: Sponsor a local charity event or business gathering to gain exposure and goodwill.
  4. Cross promoting with other businesses: Partner with other local businesses to cross-promote each other's products or services.
  5. Community noticeboards: Post your flyers or advertisements on community noticeboards in high-traffic areas.
  6. Handouts: Distribute printed handouts, such as flyers or brochures, to potential customers.
  7. Networking groups: Attend local networking groups or events to meet other business owners and potential customers.

Which is correct flyer or flier?

"Flier" and "flyer" are two versions of the same word that can refer to either a brochure or an individual who flies. These spellings are used in both British and American English, but "flyer" has become the more prevalent choice for all meanings.

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