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get noticed with our social media bundle for facebook, twitter & email~

It's critical to take advantage of social media today, since an online presence is working for your studio all of the time. Design Aglow's Social Media Bundle comes with 3 different designs, each formatted for Facebook (as a custom profile banner), Twitter (as a background), and unforgettable email stationery (in the form of headers and footers). Each design is delivered in a different color palette, allowing you to see more options. Use our palettes (or your own studio colors) and convey your studio brand beautifully and professionally to thousands of potential clients a day.

PERFECT FOR: • Facebook custom profile banners • Twitter page backgrounds • Email stationery PRODUCT DETAILS: • 3 distinctive designs, each formatted/sized for Facebook, Twitter & Email • Fully layered Photoshop PSD files for unlimited customization, including color changes • Compatible with PS7 and newer, Photoshop Elements 6 and newer, Windows and Mac

*Special thanks to Tinywater Photography for the lovely sample images.

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