Interview with Andrea who Designs Pages Using Adkreator


I recently asked Andrea, one of my long time, upgraded customers of Adkreator, to tell me what she uses Adkreator for.
Hi Andrea.  Can you please send me a description of what you use Adkreator for?
 Andrea: “I use Adkreator for a couple of major reasons. First, I use it to Kreate seasonal and various holiday scenes for the festive seasonal emails I send out. I also use these designs as backgrounds on my computer or my Chrome browser, as well as in my emails.”

Andrea: “I also use AdKreator to make unique banners and splash pages for myself or friends to promote businesses or products. I am often asked by friends to make seasonal ad banners and splashes for them.”
How do you want to make money with Adkreator?
Andrea: “I would love to be able to sell my seasonal and holiday designs it would be a fantastic way to use my passion for Kreating scenes to make money. I also would like to be able to make more money making banners and splash pages for advertising needs.”
Andrea: “Being an artist by genetics, there were many artists use all different mediums in my family, and heart, I always enjoy using Adkreator to express my art and also sometimes use it as a way to relax and forget my worries for a while.”


As described by Andrea here, one can use Adkreator for enjoyment and not just for business.  This gives Adkreator a whole new outlook on what it can be used for.
I do require that a person that wants to make money with Adkreator to pay for a  monthly Corporate Upgrade of $29.95.  This helps me pay for my expensive server fees.
I love Adkreator very much and hope to bring in more people that will love it just as much, too.
If you would like to contact Andrea about making you a design, her email address is:
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About Barbara

I own Do It Yourself Advertising Design Made Simple. I am 64 years old and live with my 2 little cockatiels, Baby who is 20 yrs old and Beenie who is almost 15 years old. Skype: barbdel
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