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Sponsors for April 2010

Another “thank you” to the sponsors for the month of April. These are the folks that provide the necessary funds to keep the site running, and they provide services and products that are useful to photographers. So here’s the line-up this month:

Online Photography Courses

Proud Photography

Proud Photography hosts an online photography school, currently with two offered courses: Interactive Online Photography Course and The Expert Wedding Photographer. You can also read my brief review of Proud Photography here.


Free Flash Website Builder

Wix

Wix.com offers a free flash website builder that lets you design beautiful websites with no programming required. Using its highly intuitive interface you can pick a template and add or remove components to produce a unique website that lets you share your photographs with the world.

Epic Edits also pulls in some residual from Google Adsense, Amazon affiliates, and various other affiliate programs. Those are helpful to fill in the empty spaces and I appreciate it when any of you pitch in through those avenues.

Sponsors for March 2010

Another “thank you” to the sponsors for the month of March. These folks provide the funds to keep the site running, and they provide services and products that are useful to photographers. So here’s the line-up this month:

Online Photography Courses

Proud Photography

Proud Photography hosts an online photography school, currently with two offered courses: Interactive Online Photography Course and The Expert Wedding Photographer. You can also read my brief review of Proud Photography here.

Epic Edits also pulls in some residual from Google Adsense, Amazon affiliates, and various other affiliate programs. Those are helpful to fill in the empty spaces and I appreciate it when any of you pitch in through those avenues.

Sponsors for February 2010

Another “thank you” to the sponsors for the month of February. These folks provide the funds to keep the site running, and they provide services and products that are useful to photographers. So here’s the line-up this month:

Online Photography Courses

Proud Photography

Proud Photography hosts an online photography school, currently with two offered courses: Interactive Online Photography Course and The Expert Wedding Photographer. You can also read my brief review of Proud Photography here.

Epic Edits also pulls in some residual from Google Adsense, Amazon affiliates, and various other affiliate programs. Those are helpful to fill in the empty spaces and I appreciate it when any of you pitch in through those avenues.

Some of you will recall that I added a member to the Epic Edits team for the position of ad manager. Well… unfortunately, unforeseen events (not at the fault of Randy or myself) caused that partnership to dissolve. It’s too bad, really. He was just getting settled in, but Randy runs his own business and he had to part ways in order to look after his main revenue generator.

So… I’m not sure what to do with the ad manager thing at the moment. I should just do it myself, but I don’t have the bandwidth. If anybody out there was considering the position, feel free to contact me. And if you need a little monetary inspiration, this position (right now) could pay out over $500/month for less than 20 hours of work/month.

[UPDATE 2010-03-29] The open position has been filled.

Sponsors for January 2010

Since a lot of the regular Epic Edits readers utilize the RSS feed, I think it would be handy to give a shout out to the sponsors each month and say “thank you” for partnering with us. These folks provide the funds to keep the site running, and they provide services and products that are useful to photographers. So here’s the line-up this month:

Online Photography Courses

Proud Photography

Proud Photography hosts an online photography school, currently with two offered courses: Interactive Online Photography Course and The Expert Wedding Photographer. You can also read my brief review of Proud Photography here.

Epic Edits also pulls in some residual from Google Adsense, Amazon affiliates, and various other affiliate programs. Those are helpful to fill in the empty spaces and I appreciate it when any of you pitch in through those avenues.

Also… stay tuned for an announcement in the next few days that should help fill out the remaining ad spots — but I’m going to need some help on this one.