In this 90 minute LIVE web event, you will learn:
- Create a social media plan you can actually manage, without being online 24/7
- Let your fans and friends help in the work of gaining new followers
- Posting with purpose…how to be interesting and engaging and
- My number one social media secret…
WHEN: Monday, May 12th 2014 @ 8 pm Central (6 Pacific, 7 Mountain, 9 Eastern)
Can’t watch the LIVE event? No worries. A downloadable video recording is available for pre-purchase (below) & will be sent to you 48 hours afterwards.
Live Event: FREE for forum members!
>>REGISTER HERE!<< Hurry though, seating is limited!
Live Event + Video Recording Download:
$39 for forum members. Price will increase to $79 after the live event
(must join forum first)
by Kelli France | Editor-in-Chief
I think we all hate it when our hair goes flat, right? Sometimes this happens to our clients in sessions too. Boo.
In this ChicTV video I share my secret to getting Hot Hair…in Photoshop.
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Red Leaf Studios is also having a giveaway going on right now at Chic Giveaways!
Enter tonight for your chance to win $150 to their store, Red Leaf Boutique!
Richard and Amy are a husband and wife team living on beautiful Vancouver Island, Canada. Growing up on the prairies instilled in them a strong foundation of values and an appreciation for the beauty of simplicity, and they continue to discover inspiration in film, old photographic portraits, the work of other artisans, and the natural landscape that surrounds them. After nearly ten years of building their own successful business their primary focus has settled on portraiture, editorial work and developing products for professional photographers. Passionate about fostering a sense of craftsmanship and timeless style in photography, they believe in the legacy of beautiful imagery and the value of printing great work. Photo by MICHELLE WARREN PHOTOGRAPHY