For those who don’t already know, 99Designs is the world’s largest online marketplace for graphic design. The company has over 290,000 professional graphic designers on board, and is a great tool for affiliates, publishers, and bloggers who are looking for some fresh new graphics for their landing page or website. With a list of customizable options already available, 99Designs recently announced a brand new monthly subscription service at ad:tech San Francisco.
In a recent interview with 99Designs’ Wes Romine, we learn all about the new monthly subscription service and what it has to offer regular 99Designs clients.
To find out more, watch the full interview below:
These are some key takeaways from the video:
- In the interview, Wes gives us some more detailed information about 99Designs’ new subscription product. He explains that the service was built for clients who have ongoing design needs, or need graphic design work done on a monthly basis, and offers them discounted prices and better rates. Wes also talked about 99Designs product Swiftly, which the company introduced at ad:tech New York in December. Swiftly is the yin the the subscription product’s yang, offering customers an option to have small design projects turned around in about 30 minutes for roughly $20.
- As for the agency subscription service, Wes says that customers start seeing benefits from the get-go. For $99 a month, 99Designs will produce upgraded content specially for you, including a whitelabeled presentation, complimentary add ons, and other design work at discounted rates.
- For clients who want to build a long term relationship with a designer, 99Design has started a new one to one program where they provide a payment portal to the designer, as well as a platform for file storage to be kept. For those who use the subscription product, that one to one option comes at a reduced rate.
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