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Randall-- Like George Lottermoser wrote, what to suggest depends a lot upon what you are good at, and what you WANT to do. For example, you could advertise in all the local newspapers and classified ad giveaway papers that you'll do custom calendars, photo mugs, letterheads, etc. for people who want to put family pictures on them. This would require putting a lot of work into each job for small amounts of moeny. Or, if there are a lot of ad agencies in your area and you like to do still photography, you could create custom product photos quickly and cheaply for use in advertising proposals and mockups. Or, if you're good at glamour photography you could create custom portfolios for budding models or actors/actresses. What are you good at? What do you love to do? How do you want to spend your time? How high an income level do you need to get by? What are the needs in your community (for what kind of service is there a clientele in your area)? --Bill >One of my biggest long-term clients has decided to do much of the work I >did for them in-house, and I've just lost about 1/2 of my income. >Can any of you contribute a few ideas which I could use to survive until I >recover from this nightmare? And any advertising tips if you advertise >for these services? ============================================================ Bill Fernandez User Interface Architect Bill Fernandez Design PHONE (505) 346-3080 FAX (505) 346-3090 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org WEB http://www.billfernandez.com ============================================================ -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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