The map below shown is an example of how professional leaflet distributors should mark up their maps in order to ensure that the leaflets are distributed to all of the houses within the leaflets distribution area (black line in this example).
You can see that both sides of each street are marked. This ensured that the leaflet distributor knows that they have done both sides of the street. This may sound obvious but when delivering one thousand leaflets in an area, it is very easy to miss whole streets or parts of streets – they all end up looking the same! Working in this way ensures that the leaflet distributor always knows which streets have been done.
The hash marks show areas where there are no houses. We ask our leaflet distributors to mark these areas so that we can send accurate reports to clients. It also shows where there are houses on one side of the street and not the other.
Our distributors and our supervisor use these maps to check that all of the streets in the relevant areas have been completed.
We then double check that the leaflet distribution has been done properly using our GPS tracking system which shows the the exact route that each distributor took which enables us to ensure that all of the area was completed properly.
It is with regret that we have taken the decision to close our offices and suspend Leaflet Distribution until further notice.
We have taken this decision to protect our staff, clients and the general public from the spread of the Coronavirus.
We apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause.
Our Leaflet Distribution Service will resume as soon as we deem it to be safe to do so.
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