marketing in action with the luxe wedding studio magazine

Today's fan share comes from Karen of Tallevi Studios. She writes, "We used the Luxe Wedding Studio Magazine as a great starting point and customized the content to suit our business and marketing efforts. Without the template, we never would have tackled such an ambitious project! While we did do a fair bit of customization, it was the perfect starting point and just what we needed to get something like this off the ground and into clients' hands. We ended up resizing the magazine (making it a bit smaller) so it would be more cost-effective to print and so it would fit easily in a bride's purse. We've been handing them out to prospective clients, local venues and vendors we love working with - we made sure to feature all of our favorite venues and vendors' work in the magazine. The feedback had been super positive!"

Thanks for the great share, Karen, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate in the shop!

To check out the Luxe Wedding Studio Magazine in the shop, click here. It's an exciting new age for the professional photography studio, so we invite you forget about stale, old-fashioned marketing pieces and focus on limitless possibilities with your own custom studio magazine. Design Aglow's new, professionally written and laid out magazine beautifully showcases your studio's work while educating and entertaining current and potential clients about professional photography.

This product is all about you! We've combined our expert Design Aglow team for both writing and modern magazine design details to make the process of releasing your own 16-page studio magazine easy and enjoyable. Simply plug your favorite images and adjust the included text for a marketing piece that looks just like the pages out of your own favorite magazines. All graphics and sample text are included to inspire you, allowing you to change as little or as much as you'd like to suit your brand and style.


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