how studios are marketing via email

Marie Cox of Phreckles Photography tells us how she sent out her newsletter this week using our new Studio Newsletter Collection. She writes, "I took your template and just uploaded my images, changed the text a bit and uploaded straight to my monthly newsletter. I loved how easy this was and how perfect it was for my branding. I was able to design my newsletter in under 20 minutes when it usually takes me a few days to get it together. I have had about 5 clients email me about the 'new look' and they love it. Some said it reminded them of a Mini Boden catalog!" We love how you can use the Studio Newsletter Collection as a printed magazine or as a virtual one on your website...either way, it's fabulous marketing for your studio!


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