Brandi Marketing Feb 1st Hourly Rate Price Increase

Be on the lookout for pricing changes taking effect February 1

Brandi Marketing is committed to being transparent with my clients. Since 2013, Brandi Marketing’s clients have not experienced an increase in price. An overall adjustment of $10 an hour is necessary to address rising costs from sourcing, inflation, and cost of living increases without compromising my quality commitment. 

Beginning February 1, you will see the cost adjustment if you do not already have a contract with Brandi Marketing. I’d like to share what this price change represents:

  • Brandi Marketing’s continued commitment to customer service
  • Maintaining my relationships with contractors that help support me in providing affordable services to my clients.
  • Equipment and Program updates such as new camera equipment, new programs licenses or updates, software upgrades, etc. 

Price Increase Does NOT Affect Current Contracts & A la Carte Pricing

Contracted clients will remain at their rate until the end of the contract. While the price of my hourly rate is going up slightly, the a la carte product pricing will remain the same and you will also have the option of signing a retainer or package deal contract before the rate adjusts in six months. 

If you would like to lock into today’s rate for the next six months please contact me about setting up a contract before February 1st.

Maintaining the existing cost of single project items on the a la carte list (ie: business card design, webpages or brochures) is one way I’m keeping your necessary items affordable for you and your business!

Thank you for your ongoing support and commitment to everything Brandi Marketing and Photography has to offer!

Watch for this change beginning February 1.

History of the HASHTAG

hashtag is a word or an unspaced phrase prefixed with the hash character (or number sign), #, to form a label.[1] It is a type of metadata tag. Words or phrases in messages on microblogging and social networking services such as FacebookGoogle+InstagramTwitter, or VK may be tagged by entering # before them,[2] either as they appear in a sentence, e.g., “New artists announced for #SXSW2014 Music Festival”[3] or appended to it. The term hashtag can also refer to the hash symbol itself when used in the context of a hashtag.[4]

A hashtag allows grouping of similarly tagged messages, and also allows an electronic search to return all messages that contain it.

Due to its widespread use, ‘hashtag’ was added to the Oxford English Dictionary in June 2014.[5][6]

 

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Getty and Fox team up for Unfinished Business Stunt

I find this marketing stunt hilarious. Great use of viral marketing!

Enter the new Vince Vaughn movie Unfinished Business, which comes out Friday. Twentieth Century Fox has teamed up with iStock by Getty Images to create a set of stock photos featuring Vaugh along with co-stars Tom Wilkinson, Dave Franco and others.

The film’s synopsis sounds right up Vince’s alley: “What began as a routine business trip goes off the rails in every imaginable—and unimaginable—way, including unplanned stops at a massive sex fetish event and a global economic summit.”

Twelve images are being made available for free download—for editorial use only—over three weeks.

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