successful studio marketing with the complete baby plan

Today's fabulous share comes from Jessica of Jessica Tanner Photography.  She writes, "I absolutely LOVE the Complete Baby Plan. So far, I have used both the 8x8 Album and the 8 Page Brochure. The album is on my product list, and the gender-neutral design makes it very simple and affordable for me because I don't have to offer and purchase multiple templates for both boys and girls! I currently have my 8 page brochures in two OBGYN offices located in my area and displayed in my studio. I place them in other places from time to time. They really say a lot about who I am as a company. The brochures are very well versed and elegantly designed, but simple. I had them printed on heavy matte stock paper and they are so luxurious!  I used WHCC to print the album and your recommended print company, Copy Craft, to print the brochure!" We love seeing the Complete Baby Plan in action!  Thanks for sharing, Jessica, and enjoy your $75 Design Aglow shopping spree on us~


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