Attention, photographers! PicaJet.com has just announced a special time limited offer of interest to camera and photography buffs. The digital photo management software site is giving away FREE subscriptions to the popular Shutterbug photography magazine. But the offer ends August 1, 2007.
For the month of July, PicaJet.com is giving away a full 12-month subscription to Shutterbug, one of the photography industry’s best known publications. It’s a value worth $60USD. Shutterbug magazine is loaded with features including equipment reviews, photography techniques, photo contests, and up-to-the-minute consumer news.
The Shutterbug subscription will begin when a customer purchases PicaJet FX, award-winning digital picture management software that has been designed to simplify the organization and cataloguing of your digital images.
PicaJet, although new to the digital photography marketplace, is fast becoming a leader in digital photo archiving, filing, and organizing of digital images. Smart Computing magazine calls PicaJet “one of the best applications we’ve seen” for the purpose of organizing digital files.
PicaJet customers love the ease and the speed with which they can use PicaJet to control their massive numbers of digital image files. Customers say PicaJet works even better than some of the more well-known digital management programs. PicaJet software supports over 60 image file formats and a host of video file formats, too.
PicaJet offers its products on a risk-free 30 day money-back guarantee. The company provides full technical support to all registered users, along with FREE software updates. Once registered, customers will also receive the company’s newsletter.
It’s easy to take advantage of this time-limited highly lucrative offer. Just log on to PicaJet.com and opt to purchase the PicaJet FX software. Upon checkout, your FREE subscription to Shutterbug magazine will be included with your purchase.
This offer ends August 1, 2007 and is valid for United States customers only.
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