From Pinnable Mood Boards To Modern Wall Art

From Pinnable Mood Boards To Modern Wall Art

Have you seen the Pinnable Modern Mood Boards? We love how you can take your client's stunning blog preview and turn it into keepsake wall art at their order session! Here it's shown as a clean and sleek metal print from ProDPI. From the shop: Pinterest users are among the most coveted audience in the marketplace. Why? Because they spend almost 50% more than the average Facebook user. Pinterest generates 10 million unique visitors every month in the U.S. Pinterest drives more referral traffic than LinkedIn, YouTube, and Google+ combined. That's an entire universe of customers who you don't want to ignore. Make the most of Pinterest as a simple and effective marketing channel for your professional studio with Design Aglow's Pinnable Modern Mood Boards. Our modern and edgy layouts put the focus on your images, and make pinning your work easy and fun. Customizable branding banners ensure your name and website are always credited, so when your pin goes viral, potential clients will know exactly how to find you. These layouts, like any good businessperson, are multi-taskers. The designs are clean and fresh, and can be cropped and resized as large as you like, and used as layouts for albums, wall clings, canvas, or prints as a contemporary and clean look for brides, seniors, families, and more.

*Special thanks to Spanki Mills Photography for the lovely images.




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