WSO graphics question

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I've asked several warriors about how they do their graphics for WSOs and haven't gotten any replies. So I'm wondering who makes the really nice graphics that are sometimes used for WSOs - can't be Fiverr. Are they outsourced somewhere? Odesk? Elance? Any good recommendations?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaolinsteve
    Not necessarily Jim.

    I just use my creative mind, play around with ideas in Illustrator and Photoshop, purchase WSO's that sell graphics and take it from there really.

    There are people like me that can make them, the Warriors for Hire is a good area to. I've dropped you a PM just in case I can be of any help to you but other than than, look into the forum and find some others here.
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  • These WSO Sales Pages and related graphics are created by similar folks who design standard mini sites etc. You simply need to locate a designer that has experience creating WSO pages.

    Check the warrior for hire section.
    Warriors For Hire

    Or google "WSO sales page designer"
    and since you mentioned fiverr, I have seen some there as well.
    Simply search on fiverr for "WSO sales page"
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Wells
    Originally Posted by piney94 View Post

    I've asked several warriors about how they do their graphics for WSOs and haven't gotten any replies. So I'm wondering who makes the really nice graphics that are sometimes used for WSOs - can't be Fiverr. Are they outsourced somewhere? Odesk? Elance? Any good recommendations?

    Thanks
    They usually hire a graphic designer who has experience at doing that type of work.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Those that do it themselves normally use Photoshop and some even use some PLR graphic packages sold as a WSO specifically for WSO pages or sales pages.

    If you don't have any design ability, it's best to hire someone.
    Warriors For Hire is a good place to start.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    I have used Des Lau a few times, his graphics are really good and his prices are fair as well.

    I'm surprised no one has recommended him on here yet :-)

    Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    I do all my graphics myself.

    If I was to ever outsource them I would find a WSO I really liked the look of and then ask the vendor who created the salespage for them.

    That's how I find most of my outsourcers. Find work I already love and find out who created it.
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  • Profile picture of the author ajsmith
    I'm no graphics person, and have had to outsource. But when I've been in a hurry, I've used quickwebcreations. I can make a pretty decent banner or header in no time at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChristinaT
    If I was to ever outsource them I would find a WSO I really liked the look of and then ask the vendor who created the salespage for them.

    That's how I find most of my outsourcers. Find work I already love and find out who created it.
    Great idea!

    Thanks everyone for all of the wonderful resources mentioned in this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Young Financier
    I do graphics....
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  • Profile picture of the author Anthony Fesalbon
    Originally Posted by piney94 View Post

    I've asked several warriors about how they do their graphics for WSOs and haven't gotten any replies. So I'm wondering who makes the really nice graphics that are sometimes used for WSOs - can't be Fiverr. Are they outsourced somewhere? Odesk? Elance? Any good recommendations?

    Thanks
    Definitely not fiverr!
    They're all here in WF too, in Warriors For Hire

    I do my own WSO graphics using photoshop
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    • For the graphics I use MS Word and PP 2010 and paint.net and for my 3d graphic I use software box shoot 3D what cost 65 euro...
      From my point of view most important is content than graphics... Great eye catchy headline and good interesting content is most important than graphic!
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnV88
    Go to Fiverr & find someone cheap..
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    It's worth pointing out that another option is to create a salespage using a point and click type system such as Optimize Press, and then simply take screenshots of that salespage and use those images as your WSO salespage.
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  • Profile picture of the author Reinhart Osmond
    there are a lot of WSO WSO selling graphic and you just edit it yourself.
    or there are too many outsoucrce that you can use.
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  • Profile picture of the author goldmineberry
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    If you have design skills, you can easily design a WSO using Photoshop or Illustrator.

    On the other hand, if you do not have any design skills, then it is highly advisable for you to outsource it at Warriors For Hire section.

    Cheers! =)
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  • Profile picture of the author stefanvanray
    Photoshop and imagination. That's what it comes down to. When it comes to branding you can't trust anyone but you.
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  • Profile picture of the author FitMarketer
    I purchased a WSO a while back for a site called Graphix Magix

    They are great easy to build templates for WSOs

    I can't remember the WSO title but if someone has it please post it here

    Its great if you are not so hot with photoshop
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  • Profile picture of the author Don Schenk
    @ Glen H

    You can get make your own graphics like Graphic Headlines; Payment Banners; Guarantee Boxes, Testimonial Boxes for free from here.
    That's a really cool website! A great find.

    @piney84

    Graphic art is ... uh, well... an art. Yes, you can learn to create it yourself, but the learning curve for the art, plus the learning curves for Photoshop and Illustrator, are long. For example a bachleors degree in graphic arts from the University of Cincinnati is a 5 year program.

    You may find your own time better spent in product design, and in working on your business, and let designers practice their art.

    That said, I do have a long background in photo-graphics, and enjoy creating my own sites. The sales page of the WSO in my sig was an experiment in using Photoshop to create a site.

    I drew the city's buildings, one at a time, put them together into a town, and warped it. I added the animated boot, then built the rest of the site. I created it at 300ppi, which made for an enormous file. Then I downsized a copy of it to 72 ppi, and sliced that into 8 or 9 smaller images. As I recall the Warriorforum can only handle up to 10 images on a webpage.

    All in all, this turned out to be a terribly slow way to build a website, but as I mentioned, it was an experiment to learn by doing.

    :-Don
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    • Profile picture of the author piney94
      Originally Posted by Don Schenk View Post

      @ Glen H

      That's a really cool website! A great find.

      @piney84

      Graphic art is ... uh, well... an art. Yes, you can learn to create it yourself, but the learning curve for the art, plus the learning curves for Photoshop and Illustrator, are long. For example a bachleors degree in graphic arts from the University of Cincinnati is a 5 year program.

      You may find your own time better spent in product design, and in working on your business, and let designers practice their art.

      That said, I do have a long background in photo-graphics, and enjoy creating my own sites. The sales page of the WSO in my sig was an experiment in using Photoshop to create a site.

      I drew the city's buildings, one at a time, put them together into a town, and warped it. I added the animated boot, then built the rest of the site. I created it at 300ppi, which made for an enormous file. Then I downsized a copy of it to 72 ppi, and sliced that into 8 or 9 smaller images. As I recall the Warriorforum can only handle up to 10 images on a webpage.

      All in all, this turned out to be a terribly slow way to build a website, but as I mentioned, it was an experiment to learn by doing.

      :-Don
      Hey Don -

      Great graphics on your WSO! I especially like the animation.

      Jim
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj V
    If you learn how to fish it's better than buying a fish everyday. As someone wrote above, buy a graphics pack and learn how to do it yourself. There are some good videos on YouTube that will teach you how to build an attractive sales page. There are some on how to make WSO sales pages as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomYevsikov
    Hey,

    Like pauly nicholls mentioned here before,
    I've used Des Lau as my designer,
    and he's really good.

    Now you've got +2 for des,
    try him out.

    Well worth the investment.
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