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studio newsletter marketing inspiration

Our fabulous share today comes from Angela Burke of One Thousand Words Photography.  She writes, "Wanted to drop you a note to say - LOVE the Studio Newsletter template!  Between wedding season and two toddlers - there is not a spare moment in the day and this newsletter took me less than an hour to create!  I used a few elements from the Fun and Flirty collection to fit the feel of our studio a little better and sent it to the printer!  So far the response from our clients has been fantastic and I can't wait to send out fall.  It's so nice to have such an easy yet fabulous way to keep our studio in front of our clients in a way that feels almost more like a valentine and less like a newsletter."

Thanks for the great share, Angela....you're $75 gift certificate is on the way!




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