better your branding with ProPhoto blog themes and coordinating products

Imagine this scenario: a potential client visits your website (which in our digital age, is very likely their first point of contact with your business). It’s pulled together and polished, perhaps in Design Aglow’s signature Modern Minimalist™ style. The client books you (of course), and based on your Modern Minimalist website theme, they’re expecting a sleek, contemporary experience, with clean lines and wide open spaces. But when you mail out their welcome packet, your print materials are neither modern nor minimalist. Your business cards are...fuschia. And green. The vintage wallpaper is your “old” branding from 2010; you just haven’t gotten around to updating it yet. Not that there’s anything wrong with fuschia or green or vintage wallpapers; but your schizophrenic brand identity is confusing your clients, disrupting their expectations about your business. Luckily, this problem is incredibly easy to fix! Design Aglow understands that you need affordable, customizable branding solutions across all your platforms, which is why we’ve created ProPhoto blog designs, all compatible with Wordpress, that coordinate with our welcome packets and marketing kits. We invite you to check out the best selling Modern Minimalist™ collection, a simply sophisticated set of tools that extends from your blog design through marketing materials, portrait and wedding welcome packets, cards, calendars, storyboards, and more. The Fresh Linen ProPhoto blog theme includes a floral design option that coordinates seamlessly with our Newborn Welcome Packet. And boudoir photographers hearts’ will flutter at the harmony of the Boudoir Welcome Packet with the soft, luxe Glow website design. Join the hundreds of photographers who have already discovered how time-saving and helpful our all-inclusive suites are. Because we’ve already done the design work, you save on the cost of a graphic designer (although with the included PSD files, you can customize our sites and products to your heart’s content, mixing and matching elements and modifying them to your needs). Keep your eyes on our blog for more new releases coming soon!




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