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Digital Photo Toolkit
Normal Price $47.95
Sale Price $34.00
I have decided
to offer The Digital
Photo Toolkit at a very special price for
limited time. Not Kidding... This page
comes down at the finish of Wednesday 9th May, 2007 (USA
almost a 14 dollar discount...
What is The Digital Photo Toolkit?
In a nutshell, it's my newest photo ebook that will help you make more money from using internet marketing techniques with your photography...
Read what Tony Laidig in Scotland had to say about it...
"THANKS A LOT, Martin! I don’t know if I should be cursing or jumping for joy. I just finished reading your book and it left me full of emotions. Your book took EVERY excuse I could muster for not making money online with my photographs and just completely shattered them… one by one. OUCH!
But on the other hand, I am ECSTATIC because your book also offers SO MANY ideas on how to make money online with my images that I KNOW I’m going to add thousands of dollars MORE to my bottom line this year... thanks to your amazingly thorough book..."
Why am I doing this?
Well... I won't get completely in-depth because it could be embarrassing, but let's just say it's just a little celebration about love. A celebration of life, and love. It's a purely selfish reason, but it will also be good for you... if you act on it!
And as a subscriber to The Dudezine, this offer is only good for you... everyone else pays full price. :-)
Here's the details:
To view the actual Digital Photo Toolkit site and sales letter which explains what and how the Toolkit can help you, click the link below...
don't order on that page...
or else you'll pay full price.
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Author, Digital Photo Toolkit
"I think there's a deep impulse in most humans to do creative stuff, whether that's music or art, photography or writing. Most people at some point in their life say they want to do something creative -- they want to be an actor, a director, a writer, a poet, a painter or whatever. Enabling and empowering that is a very powerful force in human nature and I think it's always been there." - Stewart Butterfield, one of the co-founders of online photo sharing service Flickr, talking to CNN.