Free Seminars on SEO, Marketing, Lighting at PDN’s Virtual Trade Show

Posted by on Thursday May 20, 2010 | Uncategorized

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Photographers Doug Gordon, Catherine Hall, Laurie Novak and Photoshelter’s Allen Murabayashi are among the speakers sharing their advice and business insights during PDN’s next Virtual Trade Show, taking place May 24 and 25. You can attend all these webinars for free.   Just  register in advance to get a password, then log in during the two-day virtual event.   Registrants can also visit vendor showing off new products,  answering questions and offering free samples — all from the comfort of  your desktop.

You can view the full webinar schedule and register for the free Focus on Wedding and Portrait Photography Virtual Trade Show at the  PDN Virtual Trade Show Registration page.
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