Introducing Air Aspects - the sky is literally the limit
Even though our primary field is Web Design, my business philosophy is that there is always something new to learn and offer to clients outside the web. This outlook has recently led to over 18 months of research, training, studying, and finally FAA testing. After all that time and effort, I am proud to announce our newest department, Air Aspects, which offers aerial photography and videography services.
For years we have offered video production and editing services, so adding aerial services was a natural business progression. This new feature gives existing and new clients access to something that is not widely available. It is also something that can be useful to many types of business.
Drones can open up a whole new way to look at or promote your business. Whether getting a bird's eye view of a hotel, resort, or other tourist attraction or helping select, plan, and monitor construction sites, drones can add a whole new perspective.
A roofing company can benefit from photos and video, following a roof installation and showing off the finished roof. Real estate companies can offer fly-overs of spectacular properties best seen from the air. Aerial photographs and videos can show plots of land in their entirety.
I am proud
to announce our newest
department, Air Aspects, which
offers aerial photography and
The possibilities are endless and the sky is now literally the limit. Read more about our drone services at our new web site at airaspects.com.
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Terry Young is the founder and CEO of Internet Marketing and Design. Since 1997,
his computer programming and graphic design knowledge have kept his company
at the forefront of the latest technology in web development.
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