pet marketing suite & prophoto blogsite are here!

pet marketing suite & prophoto blogsite are here!

Wag more, bark less: the Pet Marketing Suite presents your pet portraiture as fine art and illustrates that despite your playful clients, you mean business! The classic colors & fonts mix with modern angles to highlight your pictures in an image-heavy layout. Convey to clients that you take pet photography seriously with this turnkey marketing suite, ready with everything you need to brand your studio as a pet photography boutique. All Photoshop PSD files are included, for the ultimate in customization.

The Pet Marketing Suite at a glance:
• Business cards
• Letterhead & envelopes
• Marketing brochure
• Price list
• Gift certificate
• Social Media (Facebook Timeline Cover, Twitter Background & Email Header and Footer)
...and so much more!

*Special thanks to Leesia Teh Photography for the lovely images in our samples!

Check out the coordinating ProPhoto theme for even more seamless branding: 

 

Join the hundreds of photographers who have already discovered how time-saving and helpful our all-inclusive suites are, like Sheryl of Flying Dogs Photography:


I’ve been looking for a really unique boutique look for my website for a long time and as soon as I saw Design Aglow’s pet photography website template, I knew I’d found the perfect fit. I found it extremely  customizable and I was able to drop in my own design elements, content and photos - easy peasy.  I love how all of Design Aglow’s tools make me look like I’ve got it all together. I really appreciate being able to control my own content and blog too. Thank you Design Aglow for making my business look fabulous!” - Flying Dogs Photography




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