day 6 of 2012 studio success tools: complete marketing kits

Complete Baby Plan

Combining professional wording with your artistic talent, the Design Aglow Baby Plan is a comprehensive studio package designed to make your baby business a huge success. Combining easily customizable text (including emails, website and brochure information), and all the beautiful templates you need to get your plan up and running immediately, you're sure to increase your studio's bottom line (and clientele) easily and effectively. No detail is overlooked. Our package includes: a 16 page comprehensive Baby Plan Success Guide for the photographer; simple steps for sales and marketing; 20 sure sell poses for beautiful maternity, newborn, and baby sessions; an 8 page marketing brochure template for print, email, or web; 3 beautifully designed art collage canvases to present to clients; coordinating, customizable items to offer at every stage; baby announcements; 11x14 image box template; baby's first year 8x8 - 20 page press printed book template with action to insert images; baby plan client contract; pre-written emails to send at each stage; and a folded business/appointment reminder card. Complete High School Senior Marketing Kit Once again, Design Aglow delivers a class act-- our most comprehensive, complete template collection yet: a turn-key solution for existing senior photography studios and those looking to add senior portraiture to their studio's offerings. The Complete High School Senior Marketing Kit includes everything your studio needs to cater to the rapidly growing senior portrait market. Our most detailed template set to date, all these beautifully coordinated marketing pieces and products can be customized to suit your studio and local high schools. You'll find so many ways to show off to your newest senior clients. The Complete High School Senior Marketing Kit templates: • marketing postcard • comprehensive brochure/senior magazine (24 pages, full text and sample articles, suggested packages and more) • studio info poster with tear-off stubs • vendor referral card • appointment reminder card • lip balm sticker • studio thank you card • gift certificate • senior rep card • helpful session tip card (2 versions, guys and girls) Boost sales and provide the most sought-after senior products with the plan's product templates: • accordion book • graduation announcements (2 styles) • canvases (4 styles) • DVD covers (2 styles) • Facebook photo border • custom proof and image boxes (2 styles) • magnet • save the date inserts • senior business card (2 styles) • senior signing album • storyboards (4 styles) • wallet templates (2 styles)

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