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TMCNet:  Professional Images Photography Adds Upgrades Onsite Printing Photography with Social Media for Event Photo Marketing and Experiential Marketing Photography

[November 29, 2012]

Professional Images Photography Adds Upgrades Onsite Printing Photography with Social Media for Event Photo Marketing and Experiential Marketing Photography

Las Vegas, NV, Nov 29, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Professional Images Photography announces Onsite Printing Photography with Social Media has been upgraded to Event Photo Marketing and Experiential Marketing Photography. The importance for events and companies connecting with consumers at concerts, tradeshows, conventions, and sporting events creates engagement and branding opportunities that go beyond just giving a photo away.

Professional Images Photography marketing solutions creates social media impact and allows customers to engage and interact with brands, products and services. Integrating Social Media and Experiential Event Marketing helps marketing agencies and company promotional initiatives that keep attendees engaged, connected and in in addition many using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SMS share their photo that while at the clients booth or event. Using the latest in lead generation and onsite printing software is important to any successful campaign of creating new clients as well as keeping current clients.

Recently in Washington, D.C., a convention of 14000 used Green Screen Photography with Social Media and Experiential Marketing by Professional Images Photography. Each attendee received a printed photo onsite with logo and also an informative email with the photo attached which increased branding and sharing of image. A streaming slideshow of the photos taken was displayed while photo were being printed and in addition a lead generated report was provided to customer of all attendees who received emails. The success of the client is important to Joseph Rodriguez owner of Professional Images Photography and has always been a mission statement of the company.

Another service Professional Images Photography is Convention Photography, which also creates multiple opportunities for Event Photo Marketing. With over 20 years providing associations, conventions and companies you can count on Professional Images Photography for your next meeting.

About Us: Professional Images Photography founded in 1987 provides Convention, Conference, Onsite printing and Event photography services Nationwide. The company is based in San Antonio, TX with offices in Houston, Orlando, Washington D.C. and now coming soon to Las Vegas, NV.

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