branded sneak peek blog boards

branded sneak peek blog boards

 

 Clients getting sneaky with your sneak peeks, screen-capping them from your blog or reposting them on social media without so much as a watermark? Brand your online teasers with these Photoshop templates that mark images distinctly as your own, in a sleek presentation that coordinates with our bestselling Modern Minimalist™ style. Whitney of Ballentine Photography shares her success with the Modern Minimalist™ Sneak Peek Blog Boards (and other Design Aglow products): "Design Aglow products have been a blessing to my business. I am a photographer, not a graphic designer or a writer. I know nothing about catchy wording, fonts, spacing, layouts or proper colors. Design Aglow lets me do what I know and leave the rest to them. The products are very easy to use. They give me peace knowing all I have to do is plug in my work and my personal information." Thanks for sharing, Whitney! Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~




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