Posts Tagged ‘graphics’

WSO Graphics Bot by Maghfur Amin

Tweet This one's short and sweet. These are just nice graphics that anyone who deals in WSOs will love to use. WSO Graphics Bot by Maghfur Amin provides you with 13 exclusive modules of WSO graphics. All the graphics are ready and use (although many of them are perfect to slip into WSO sales threads with absolutely no editing required).

Oct 14th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Mascot Creator Toolkit – Man Version by prian

Tweet Have you seen the power of mascots? Those powerful, cartoon like images, which you can use to represent people online. Mascot Creator Toolkit – Man Version by prian gives you a whole set of these, which are editable and combinable to form an image of almost any man you want. You get different heads, bodies and outfits which can

Aug 12th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

25 New Graphics Modules by Max

Tweet Anyone who knows the Warrior Forum or WSOs will know that Max is the undisputed king of graphic WSOs. 25 New Graphics Modules by Max is no exception, delivering exactly what it says in the form of 25 modules of fresh graphics (and these work without needing to splash out and buy Photoshop). There are too many quality graphics

Jul 1st, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Mobile Monopoly by Kavita Pore

Tweet The first thing to note is that this one of several products called Mobile Monopoly. Mobile Monopoly by Kavita Pore is simply one of the best sets of graphics I've ever seen for offline marketers. These graphics aren't restricted just to offline marketers or mobile marketers, as they could be used for other niches too with some small edits.

Jun 30th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

300 Logo Templates by Lucas Adamski and Andrzej Tomaszewski

Tweet As an online marketer or offline marketer, you always need new logo designs in your business. 300 Logo Templates by Lucas Adamski and Andrzej Tomaszewski provides 300 fresh designs, all ready for you to edit and use. You can use these logos on websites, books covers, blogs, as ecovers, for clients, or just to add a bit of class

Jun 21st, 2012
by Thom Lancaster