Anyone can make a pamphlet using our online tool because it’s so easy! You don’t need any design skills to create a professional looking flyer. Just customize our free brochure templates. There are plenty to choose from. Get started for free.
Flipsnack is the best way to make a pamphlet online, because it’s quick and easy. You can upload a finished design as PDF and we will turn it into a polished looking digital brochure or you can create it from scratch using our drag and drop online software. The result will be an impressive looking pamphlet, either way!
Make the entire pamphlet design using our in-built editor or upload a PDF
You have lots of settings and options to customize your digital pamphlet
Publish your marketing brochure online so that you can share it on the web
Get a copy of your design on your computer, for offline use (premium)
Who needs a designer when you have customizable templates?
We have a large collection of professionally designed pamphlet templates that you can choose from. All layout templates can be found in our online drag and drop editor. Edit our designs by simply replacing texts and images with your own. Be warned, editing our pamphlet templates is so much fun, it can be quite addicting!Start designing
Make a stunning looking brochure without a designer, and impress your customers
Forget about complicated design tools. Our online editing and publishing tool is very intuitive
Once you finish your design, you can download it on your computer as PDF, for offline use
Use the digital version of your pamphlet in marketing campaigns, on social media and email
Your digital flyers will be accessible in the browser on computers, tablets and smartphones
Integrate your promotional pamphlets into your website, by using our embed code
If you’d like to see an example of pamphlet made with Flipsnack before you start creating your own, click on one of the examples below. They are all made by other users who chose us because we are one of the best tools for pamphlet design.View more examples
Etymologically, the word pamphlet has its origins in a 12th-century Latin love poem. Colloquially, by pamphlet, we understand a small booklet in which a single subject (usually one of interest) is discussed.
In terms of appearance, pamphlets resemble miniature brochures. The difference between them lies in their scope, brochures being targeted towards commercial goals, whereas pamphlets are only informational. Simply put, brochures sell, and pamphlets brief.
Generally speaking, pamphlets stem anywhere from 5 to 40 pages long, depending on the subject matter. They contain fewer pictures and more words than a usual brochure, thus reducing the need for extra space for text.