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Picasso Capital Management, manager of Ys, offers commercial bloggers, advertisers and retail partners a complete range of support services:

  • Marketing and e-commerce advice - $250/hour
  • Creative services – copywriting - $100/hr
  • Creative services – design - $30-$50/hr
  • Enhanced photographs - $6 each
  • Media relations and journalism - $100/hr
  • Technical services - $150/hr
  • Photographic services - price on application
  • Administrative services - $25-$50/hr
  • Training services - generally without charge

For more information on the support services offered, email john@ysmediagroup.com or ring D. John Carlson on 0402 273 350.

 

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