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Old 04-06-2008, 11:54 AM
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Default Having new Advert designed, any tips ?

Hi all, sorry I've not been on forums for a while I actually forgot what my username was Its nice to be back, I'm having a brand new advert done by someone on guru.com but I kinda wouldnt mind any tips of what to have on it.

I did think of putting my hourly rate on and keeping the "no fix no fee" on it I might also create a email address to put on the advert so people can email me aswell as phoning me, Some of you have seen my old advert i had in this thread

http://www.technibble.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1315

I saw some work samples from the freelancers at guru.com and i have to say i was amazed at the quality of work.

Any tips or advice would be welcomed as i really want to turn P.C wizard around as work is still coming in drips and drabs

thanks all

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Old 04-07-2008, 10:45 AM
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My only tip would be to go to forums.digitalpoint.com and go into the "contest" section and show an example of what you have now. Then offer a contest of X amount of dollars for whoever designs the best one.

You can typically get 10 or 20 different variants of ones to select from. I have found it's a great way to get logs/banners etc done and not have to count on just one person.
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My only tip would be to go to forums.digitalpoint.com and go into the "contest" section and show an example of what you have now. Then offer a contest of X amount of dollars for whoever designs the best one.

You can typically get 10 or 20 different variants of ones to select from. I have found it's a great way to get logs/banners etc done and not have to count on just one person.
I'll second digitalpoint - I just ran a flyer contest and for $50 I am blown away with what I just got back (plus I wanted to show off my new flyer with everyone here ):

http://ariestodesign.com/mockup/mobiltech3.png
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Wow what an amazing site. I was having problems finding a graphic designer and now I don't need one.

People there make logos and banners for dirt cheap and they're quality too! You don't understand I'd be plowing through making a new website and come to a 6 hour halt trying to make a logo/banner that looked like %$#@#$.

Not anymore.
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the forum link to digital point doesn't work when i tried it.
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yeah it works now and I've joined the forum i had no idea it was a such a good forum its packed with loads of stuff like advice on website promotion e.t.c
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