Studio Newsletter Collection: a new magazine-style marketing tool

Want to get in front of your target clientele and stay in touch with your best clients in the most beautiful way? Our quarterly newsletter collection is a must for the studio who wants to stay at the top of their market! Pre-designed, pre-written, yet 100% adaptable, we offer up a bounty of fresh ideas for topics that easily market all aspects of your studio. Show off new products, your most current images, and inspire with fab session ideas while you keep in touch with clients and prospective clients. Four quarterly issues used for marketing with a luxury feel, printed as quadfold and mailed to best clients or used in high-tech yet cost efficient way, online. We have included instructions to make sideways scrolling online newsletter to blow your clients away via the web. This beautiful product includes: • four sets (winter, spring, summer, fall) of professionally written and designed pages complete with patterned backgrounds, design elements, and space to insert your own images • A full tutorial PRODUCT DETAILS: • Fully customizable, consisting of unflattened .PSD files to customize all colors, text, fonts, and images • Includes product images • Contains directions to make an amazing online pdf with Photoshop, Acrobat and Bridge, and a slideshow with Lightroom Get your Studio Newsletter Collection here & start your beautiful marketing campaign today! *Sample images courtesy of Michelle Moore, Laura Novak, Paul Johnson and Lisa Lucky.


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