Dover, NH (PRWEB) February 7, 2006
If you’re a sports fan and enjoy covering your wall with photographs of your heroes, you may want to take a minute to visit ProSportsPictures.com (http://www.prosportspictures.com), a site launched late last year by New Hampshire sports fan Ian Logue. Logue claims he himself owns a fair amount of Sports Photographs, and started the site because he enjoyed getting them as gifts from others.
“I’ve always enjoyed getting these photographs as gifts when I was younger, and wanted to have the chance to give other fans a place to buy them,” says Logue. “There are so many displaced fans around the world who have to go to the mall and see pictures of players who play for the teams who just happen to be in their market. You can’t buy Pittsburgh football pictures (http://www.prosportspictures.com/nfl/pittsburgh-steelers) in California, and if you can there’s probably not very many to choose from.”
The online store features 8x10 photographs from Photofile, Inc. for all 30 professional baseball teams, along with all 32 professional football teams. It also features panoramic stadium pictures from both sports from Everlasting Images.
“We tried to cover everything,” says Logue.
Most photos on the website are certainly well priced, starting as low as $1.99 for 8x10 photographs. Navigating the store is quite simple as the site contains little clutter, and there are some convenient features including the ability to see what your photo would look like in the event you decided you’d like to purchase it already framed. Fans also have the ability to sign up for an e-mail mailing list to get an e-mail when new photos are added for their team.
Logue says that there are already sites out there that carry these same photographs, but that, “they don’t take it to the level that most fans are looking for.” He says that most sports fans want a large selection of pictures that are constantly updated, which the majority of competing sites don’t offer.
“There are so many sports fans out there who are simply fanatics,” says Logue. “They live and die with their team, and they enjoy collecting these photographs and aren’t satisfied seeing a few pictures here and there. The majority of my customers purchase at least five or six photos, and I’ve even had some people purchase 20 or more photographs at a time. That more or less proves my point.”
Customer service is what Logue also believes will set him apart from most of his competitors, since he obviously shares a similar interest with his clientele. When customers complete their purchase for their photographs, they’ll also find that the site uses the BizRate satisfaction survey, which Logue hopes will help build buyer confidence in his site. The service was only recently implemented, but he’s hopeful that the site’s commitment to service helps him build loyal customers.
The site is also a safe and secure way to shop, using the popular PayPal Shopping Cart, and also recently added an affiliate program for webmasters with sports sites. The program is handled by ShareASale.com, a third party affiliate management service which handles many of the top e-commerce websites.
For now Logue is focused on giving his customers what they want, which appears to be plenty of pictures to choose from. There are over 2000 photos currently available for purchase on the site, with new ones being added everyday. This is apparently good news for sports fans. Hopefully these same people have plenty of empty wall space to fill.
For more information visit http://www.ProSportsPictures.com.
ProSportsPictures.com is owned and operated by I&K Internet Design Enterprises, LLC.
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