Our new guidebook called Maximize Your Message! How to Deliver Media that Delivers Results is finally published and available on Amazon.com – Print, Full Colour, 8.5 x 11″ Barnes & Noble, Google Books, and fine Bookstores and Libraries. The “SEE INSIDE” feature lets you peek through a few pages to see if this resource will work for you! I’m so excited! (and exhausted!) . . . we attempted to distill many years of experience in delivering high quality Rich-Media and Video into this lavishly illustrated, info-packed book. Target Audience is not only our current and potential clients, but anyone thinking of taking on a big media project. The inside information is of value even to other folks in the media business. Check it out!
Planning a Marketing Blu-ray? Need Rich-Media Web Design? Want your ______ (fill-in-the-blank) to stand out? Graphic Design? Animation? Stuck with a limited budget? Don’t know what to do first? This guidebook will make your life easier, and guarantee your project’s success. It discusses setting Objectives and Results. It outlines the Production Timeline, and offers tips on Budgeting, and Cost Reduction. It will help you plan, create, and deliver your Kingsway.Dynamic.Media. Written by a company with many years in the business! Deliver Media that Delivers Results!
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