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Into the Darkroom and Design Aglow Magazine Style Blogsite For Photographers

Into the Darkroom and Design Aglow have teamed up to blend our specialties into a complementary turn key marketing solution. Design Aglow has created the industry's most popular line of marketing print sets for photographers. And now, IntoTheDarkroom has designed and developed matching blogsites to complete Design Aglow's offerings. For the first time in the industry these two offerings come together to provide photographers with a complete online and print marketing solution. Simply use as-is, or tweak with your own colors and logo”¦get up and running and beautifully branded in a matter of hours. And, look like a million bucks! For the next week, IntoTheDarkroom is offering a generous 50% off the newest offering”¦.the Magazine Style Blogsite! It will save you thousands of dollars and at least 6 months of time (from hiring a graphic designer)! To see the coordinating Magazine Style products click the following: Marketing Set, 8-Page Brochure, Social Media Bundle, and Online Branding Kit *Special thanks to Haley Sheffield Photography and Jose Villa Photo for providing us with the lovely images! Click here to see the Magazine Style Blogsite on Into the Darkroom's site and receive 50% off - only for two more days!


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