Not Just Photos At PhotoSpin.com
PhotoSpin announced today that any customer who purchases a 2-year Plus subscription between now and June 30th, 2005 will receive a free 1-gigabyte USB Flash Drive upon payment. 2-year Plus subscriptions are priced at $598, or $299 per year.
Plus subscribers receive complete access to all of PhotoSpin’s royalty-free content including photos, illustrations, fonts, film and sound. Another advantage to a Plus subscription is access to all types of file formats including both high and low resolution. As with all subscription levels, the Plus subscriber receives access to over 200 new images each month and can download images whenever they need them throughout the year. Once PhotoSpin has received payment on the 2-year subscription, the company will ship out to each subscriber a free 1-gigabyte USB Flash drive. For details on this bundle, go to www.photospin.com/flashdrive
“Flash drives are the perfect compliment to our Plus Subscriptions because typically Plus users are downloading our biggest files, up to 55 megabytes. This gives them a great way to store the images without taking up too much precious hard drive space,” says Val Gelineau, CEO and CoFounder of PhotoSpin, Inc. “It just seemed like a great way to say ‘thanks for using PhotoSpin, here’s another way we can help you with your workflow.”
About PhotoSpin Inc.
PhotoSpin, Inc. is the only royalty-free content subscription site for business professionals that include fonts, illustrations, sound and film in one neat annual royalty-free photo subscription. The PhotoSpin library includes 100,000 award-winning photographs, illustrations, video clips, sound files and fonts. The company has a unique subscription-based model where users pay an annual fee to create a username and password, and can go on to the site for downloads of content anytime with no additional fees.
For more information about PhotoSpin, call 888.246.1313 or visit http://www.photospin.com
- Posted at April 19th, 2005 07:00pm
- Posted by Tommy Maloney
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