Announcing: Our Marketing and PR Guide & Calendar is a PPA Hot One!

Summer's here, but we didn't know that our products were this hot: the magazine Professional Photographer (the official publication of the PPA) just bestowed a 2013 Hot One award upon our very own Photographer's Marketing and PR Guide & Calendar. This 41-page guide--full of tools like a daily social networking calendar, performance review and goal setting worksheets, and a jumpstart action plan--is like Marketing and PR 101, packed into a powerful PDF.

We're honored that a network of our peers recognized the Photographer's Marketing and PR Guide & Calendar as having “exceptional quality, innovation, design and performance,” and invite you to get your summer sizzling with this now award-winning product.       


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