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Display Advertising Filmstrip

, 25 Mar 2013 CPOL
Basically a slideshow script, but more simple in design and easier to deploy.



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About the Author

Web Developer redCopper, Inc.
United States United States
I am the owner of redCopper, Inc. located in Huntington Beach CA in the Orange Country Area.
We specialize in online-marketing in both print and web media for the Consumer Goods, Firearms and Auto Racing Parts Industries. We love working with these industries, for 1000's of brilliant creative concepts always come to mind.
What separates redCopper from our competition is that we always use strong strategy with a carefully crafted plan in designing your marketing campaign before we go to print or electronic encoding for your web design.
If your the inventor of a new innovative product item or service, then it would benefit your business or organization to contact redCopper, Inc. and a consider forming a partnership in marketing. Were really good at helping start up companies market their goods and services on a low budget so you can generate some income or revenue.
So whether you just need a print and web media for lead generation, or would like to send customers to your online store for direct purchase, redCopper has you covered in all aspects of marketing from start to finish.
redCopper is also the author of HX5 eCommerce, a cloud computing application that can be used as a SAS service or licensed outright. Actually I wrote the program from scratch and currently market the program to new start up companies. So I do have mad programming skills as well.
More information about HX5 can be found at
and redCopper Online Marketing at
Let's not forget the redCopper Home website
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