create a stunning email newsletter with our newsletter collections

How_to_create_a_newsletter_tutorial_mailchimp_1r2How_to_create_a_newsletter_tutorial_mailchimp_2 The Studio Newsletters: Portrait Collection are one of our top products that help you develop and strengthen client-studio relationships and promote your studio image. In addition to a printed version to deliver to clients and an online slideshow to link to in emails, we think it's a great idea to send out as an email newsletter. With just a few steps, you can be on your way to sending out a beautiful quarterly studio newsletter that will help build a strong reputation at the top of your market.

Click HERE to see the full newsletter in action, and HERE for a tutorial on how you can create your own newsletter today! *Special thanks to Pink Fly Photography for providing us with the lovely image


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