An Update on Nola’s Graphics Club & Some Great Reasons WHY You Need Them

Just a quick update on Nola’s Graphics Club for you today.

When I first wrote this post I wasn’t aware that Nola’s pricing was actually going up this Wednesday January 7th, 2009 to $95/year  (that saves you $35.05/year) which is still an incredible deal compared to others, plus I love Nola’s work (award winning) so I highly recommend her.

Here are some reasons WHY you need graphics on a regular basis.

1) if you have any new websites or projects

2) new fresh graphics for affiliates to use and promote your affiliate programs

3) reports you are giving away to your subscribers

4) an ezine cover graphic

5) to advertise on other key websites

6) to show off your services

7) to offer people coming to your site so they link back to you

And I’m sure there’s several more, but these are the reasons I keep Nola pretty busy.

1) To claim your Free Banner (468×80) just go here:

>> http://www.classiccreationsdesign.com/club

2) In the Referred by put SBB (Be sure to do this part because I’ll have some cool prizes planned for you)

Don’t forget you get a FREE banner just for joining – this was something I asked Nola offered to me via email as a club member and I asked her to also extend this for my readers.

Vera Raposo

Vera Raposo has been an entrepreneur since age 22, owning 5 retail store locations.
In 2007, she closed and sold all locations to pursue her online business.Now she's living out an entrepreneurs dream having successfully turned business into a venture that's completely online.

You can reach her at veraATclickcreateshare.com.

Comments

  1. That really is a great deal for graphics. You can pay that much for just one graphic.

  2. Yes no kidding. And you know Nola is the best, she always seems to know from a few words of what I’m talking about exactly what I want. Sometimes it’s hard to convey what you want, you just know you want a certain look.

  3. I completely agree with you Vera, it seems that Nola is just the best among this graphics area.