Another Reason Graphic Design Freelancers and Students Can't Put Down the iPhone: Being a Starving Artist Sucks, is Now on iTunes

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It's not Shakespeare and certainly not another mind-numbing college text book - The iTunes App Store just got a little bit more edgy last week with the release of the breakthrough eBook, "Being a Starving Artist Sucks". With a snappy, user-friendly interface, this comprehensive 500 page guide has been praised by design instructors, students and even veterans in the industry. No fluff and no stuffy theories, just practical guerilla insider information from the freelancing trenches not taught in college classrooms. The book focuses on building a six-figure income, as well as avoiding hair-pulling, teeth-grinding mistakes that most freelancers end up learning the hard way. "Being a Staving Artist Sucks" has sold all over the United States and in over 10 countries internationally, and is the only design resource available on the Apple iPhone; now creative freelancers and aspiring artists can learn to bring in clients whenever and wherever they go.

Talk, text, chat and now learn how to bring in a six-figure income. Aspiring and experienced graphic design freelancers are learning on the go with their iPhones and the mobile version of Being a Starving Artist Sucks, a 500 page book that's been called the "Bible of graphic design success."

Geared towards helping aspiring as well as experienced graphic designers realize their dream of running a profitable, professional freelancing business, this resource is filled with expert advice in the areas that all designers struggle with. Chapters on pricing projects, negotiating the best price, managing tough clients, avoiding mistakes that force other designers to go out of business and finding freedom and joy in a tough, competitive industry are all included.

Together with one of the most user-friendly eBook interfaces on iTunes, this comprehensive book is written in an easy-to-read, conversational tone. No ivory-tower, impractical and impersonal theories from instructors far removed from the trenches of freelancing, just hard-hitting, useful information that creative freelancers can use to boost their graphic design careers immediately. It's like having the author working right next to you, giving you one-on-one advice on how to become a successful graphic designer and how to get graphic design jobs.

Author, Jeremy Tuber, self-taught graphic designer and marketing consultant shares 10 years worth of insider insights, stories and real-life examples on how to go from graphic design zero to creative freelance hero.

Find out why college design instructors have said, "This book should be passed out to every design program student as they graduate." Even veteran freelancers have commented, "This book has inspired me to take further action in promoting my own business. I am confident that due to reading this book I will be a better business owner and designer."

Being a Starving Artist Sucks has sold in the United States as well Internationally in over ten countries. In addition to purchasing it on Apple's iTunes App Store, graphic design freelancers can also find it on Amazon.com (ISBN: 978-0981622002). Complete details on the book and a host of additional resources are at Being a Starving Artist Sucks Product Page

About Jeremy Tuber, Author, Being a Starving Artist Sucks
Jeremy Tuber, Author of Being a Starving Artist Sucks has been a freelance designer since 1998 worked his way out of the corporate world to pursue his true passion - graphic design. Working his way up from starving artist to design success story provided the passion to write his book.

Jeremy has a decade of experience in brand identity, web design, marketing strategy, advertising campaigns, direct mail, content editing, photography, photo editing and multimedia presentations - a virtual walking, talking marketing department. His clientele ranges from: accountants and physicians to Olympic athletes, plumbers and blue-collar trades people.

Being a business savvy graphic designer is often a contradiction in terms, however, Jeremy is a unique combination of savvy business marketer and creative designer, this one-two punch has provided his clients with targeted marketing and design projects that yield outstanding results and a terrific return on their investment.

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Jeremy Tuber,
Mentor, Resource and Educator to Creative Freelance Designers Everywhere
480.391.0704
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