sweet marketing - from a brochure & packaging to a website

Marketing Brochure for Professional PhotographersMarketing Brochure for Professional PhotographersMarketing for Professional PhotographersThis lovely share comes from Tanya of Original Kids by Tanya Alexis.  She used the Sweet Child of Mine - 8 Page Brochure to expand her branding.  She says, "I created the brochure based on my businesses colors. Then over time, I kept incorporating the little dots from the brochure into my brand. Those little dots now appear on my packaging stickers, my splash page, and they even divide each of my blog entries. I love the fact that I was able to get a professional and gorgeous brochure, but more importantly, I love that I continued tying the dots into my branding. Your brochure template really helped me create a consistent thread through out all my marketing. Even my marketing postcards have a little color dotted line to divide the two sides of the postcard. Everyone from the person I got my blog template from to many of my clients love the dots and the brochure. Thank you for making such a wonderful, versatile product!" Thanks for the great share, Tanya! Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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