Order Form - Book Insert Sample
Order forms are often inserted into books or magazines to entice readers to fill out the form and mail it in to receive a product or special offer.
Order forms are often found as insert pages near the back of paperback books. Their purpose is normally to try to get the reader to order another book by the same author, or books of similar theme by other authors. In some cases they can also act as an advertisement for a new book or product.
Book insert order forms are usually of the blank form variety, allowing the user to fill in the various order and customer-related fields. The page must be made easy to tear out for easy mailing. It is important to also provide alternative order channels on the form such as toll free numbers and e-mail order addresses.
The sample book insert order form below was set up in MS-Word and contains all of the key information elements that you should include when designing your own book or magazine tear-out order form.
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