studio success tools for 2012: newsletter collection

Happy New Year from the Design Aglow Team! To start off the 2012 fresh and revived, we'd like to help you streamline your studio workflow and keep your New Year's Resolutions in tact (we all know you have this on your to-do list!). So over the next 10 days we'll be posting our top products that are sure to enhance your business goals and launch you down the path to success!

Starting with the Studio Newsletter Collection!

Want to get in front of your target market 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!

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 • Each brochure contains 8 - 4 x 5.5 inch pages - easily print as an accordion at your favorite lab • Directions to make an amazing online pdf with Photoshop, Acrobat and Bridge, and a slideshow with Lightroom Contest Time! Simply "like" the button under your favorite five products in the shop and let us know in the "Comments" section below by including a link to your Facebook wall so we can see all five products (make sure you "like" the Design Aglow Facebook page so we can see your wall). We'll randomly pick three winners by 10 am EST tomorrow to receive one of your fave five products!


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