Free At Last: As Entrepreneurs Grapple With Start-Up Costs, Free For All Designs Offers Help With Graphics Gratis

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FreeForAll Designs offers free graphic designs to entrepreneurs and other interested parties. These services can greatly help entrepreneurs who are struggling with start up costs by providing them with free logos, business card designs, flyers and other digital design services. Payment is accepted if clients wish to pay and is given higher priority than free services.

Don’t believe you can get something for nothing? Then you haven’t heard of Free For All Designs, a new, web-based graphic design company bent on proving the old adage wrong.

Free For All Designs offers free, professional-grade logo, business card and graphic design services to small businesses and other groups across the country. It’s a unique concept in the design world, where intellectual property -– and the labor-intensive hours it takes to
develop it –- usually comes at a premium.

So is the owner of Free For All Designs, Joe Jagella, just volunteering his services away? Not exactly.

Jagella is using his breakthrough offer to a two-fold advantage. First, every project he completes adds another sample to his portfolio, a new name to his Rolodex and the potential for client referrals –- all valuable commodities for a start-up.

Secondly, it’s creating buzz. Something that isn’t always easy for today’s small businesses.

“As an entrepreneur myself, I realize a lot of new businesses are struggling,” said Jagella. “What better way to build a good reputation -– and client list -– than by helping these firms get off the ground. As they become more successful, and move beyond a ‘shoestring budget’, we’re able to develop lasting, mutually beneficial relationships. It’s a win-win situation.”

So in the cynical world of business -– where “you get what you pay for” goes beyond mere mantra –- does Free For All Designs really deliver? Tim Kane from Motivation4Athletes.com thinks so.

“Joe’s your man with logos and business cards,” said Kane. “He was really easy to work with and helped me decide on the right design for my new business.”

“I’ve recommended Free For All Designs to a few of my friends starting businesses, because I know they’ll get quality design that would normally be worth hundreds, or even thousands, of dollars.”

Some clients are so grateful for the help, they insist on paying whatever they can afford. This “payment, where no payment is due” phenomenon has come as a surprise to Jagella –- albeit, a pleasant one.

“After several requests, I finally agreed to take payment if the client offered, though it’s not expected. And while I give every project the prompt attention and effort it deserves, I show my appreciation for paying clients by giving them top priority.”

Free For All Designs currently accepts discretionary client payment by check or money order –- with credit card capabilities being added to the website, soon.

So how long will this groundbreaking, free offer stand? Although Jagella has no plans to scrap it, he can’t say for certain how long he’ll continue. The message to interested entrepreneurs? Get in while you can.

“The free services are a launching pad to get my business off the ground,” said Jagella. “At some point, I will have accomplished that goal –- so this really is a limited-time offer.”

“Let’s just say that while it may be Free For All, it’s not free for always,” added Jagella, with a smile.

For more information on the free design services mentioned here, please visit: http://www.freeforalldesigns.com

About FreeForAllDesigns.com
Founded in 2007 by artist and designer Joe Jagella, FreeForAllDesigns.com is a groundbreaking new, web-based design firm offering free logo, business card and graphic design services –- along with photography services, photo editing and illustrations -– to small
businesses and other groups across the U.S. For more information on the company, or to submit a proposal for your own free design work, please visit: http://www.freeforalldesigns.com

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