is First to Offer Free Photo Books

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Until July 31, 2006, is offering a free photo book to existing customers and new users. The promotion allows for users to order a 20 page 6” x 4” soft cover book. Limiting only one per customer. is taking a bold step and is now offering photo books for free.

According to Charles Bryant, marketing manager, “the reason for this unique and generous offering is that we want people to use our software and see a book first hand. It is our belief that once people see how easy the software is to use and the quality of the final book, they will come back again and again”. is fast gaining the reputation as the “best of the best” in the photo book marketplace. The software is the easiest to use, yet has robust features that allows users to make truly unique and personalized photo books. Charles Bryant highlighted growth has truly been amazing. “We found that word of mouth was our best marketing tool. Essentially, seeing is believing. That is the reason we have decided to try this promotion. We think people will show others and word of mouth will continue to spread”.

The offer is limited to one 20 page, 6” x 4” book per customer, excluding shipping. “These books are great for carrying in your purse or wallet. We also think customers will be very impressed with the color reproduction and binding quality. They are library quality.” says Bryant.

These books are ideal for displaying your photographs. Many people are using them as special occassion presents. Customers are using the books to display weddings, sporting events, baby, and travel just to name a few.

The promotion is being test marketed and will be running until July 31, 2006. To get your free book, you simply log on to and click the free photo book link, fill out a form and will send you a code that allows to order a free book. The promotion is limited to one book per customer.

For additional information, or to get your free photo book log onto


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