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Thread: 75.00 for a tri-fold brochure

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    75.00 for a tri-fold brochure

    It's for a family owned alarm business. I don't have indesign or quark to do this..i have the logo & text. I need it in a couple of weeks.
    anyone interested? a simple design will do ..

    let me know,

    thanks guys!
    Last edited by xtinarox26; October 24th, 2005 at 07:01 PM.

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    Sure I am up for it.
    <DT>Art is born of the observation and investigation of nature.

    Cicero
    Roman author, orator, & politician (106 BC - 43 BC)

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    i'll do it for $50.. view my portfolio

    http://bioscar.com/portfolio
    NANO3

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    50 bucks!!! wow man...I donīt know what you will get for that price...!!!

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    50 bucks is nothing...? think of how many copies of these brochures will be given out... it's like giving a logo to Nike for 10 bucks and them turning into millionares with your logo.

    in my opinion 50 dollars is a reasonable price.
    got pwnt?

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    you will get a professional brochure, im going $25 cheaper than the original poster.

    actual companies will charge $500 for a similar project.
    NANO3

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    Why would you go cheaper? If your work is good you shouldn't have to bid on it like that.

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    Yes, 50 dollars is nothing for a tri-fold brochure. Itīs like donating ur work.

    Your example is contradictory with your final opinion Harish.

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    In India 50bucks propably is a small fortune

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    I ll do it for $ 125, and it will worth the price, if you are price-oriented then you'd better go with cheaper options. If you are quality-oriented then take a look at my portfolio.

    http://medigraph.hitart.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by rille31
    In India 50bucks propably is a small fortune
    why do you think i live in india?? racist fool.. -_-

    im doing it for $50 because i'm starting out on print... this is not my primary income like many of you here...this is for fun ...
    NANO3

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    I'll do it for $75.00 and for $75 you get the finished copy in word! Hell i'll even go Word 2003 Pro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eliffio
    Yes, 50 dollars is nothing for a tri-fold brochure. Itīs like donating ur work.

    Your example is contradictory with your final opinion Harish.
    i said 50 is a good price. he put it cheap compared to what he should
    got pwnt?

  14. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by rille31
    In India 50bucks propably is a small fortune
    that's only around 2500 rupees.
    got pwnt?

  15. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by niraj
    why do you think i live in india?? racist fool.. -_-

    im doing it for $50 because i'm starting out on print... this is not my primary income like many of you here...this is for fun ...
    LOL Its a joke, do it for free if you like!

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