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What happens when you advertise?

Postby Checkpoint43 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 1:47 am

What happens when you advertise your services through Checkpoint?

You display your drawings in a building supply store, and get your samples in front of your customers.

They buy your plans, and you make money.
Your samples are protected from illegal copying, derivatives, and multiple building.

Or they call you to make changes to your own plans.
You don’t have to worry about infringing on someone else’s copyrighted work.

Or they like your style, and hire you for custom work.
This promotes your services better than just listing your name in the phone book.

Even if you have great word-of-mouth advertising, people who call will still interview you, and eventually want to see your work.
With Checkpoint, the people who call you will have already made up their minds to hire you, because they’ve seen your work, and know you’re the right designer for their project.
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