3 ways to simplify in-person sales to help increase your overall income, without feeling like a salesperson (Guest post from ShootDotEdit).
Simple ways to set expectations for wall art throughout the client lifecycle, which can help you feel more comfortable selling to clients.
Want to attract clients who not only want wall art, but they're happy to pay you well for it? Make sure you avoid this huge mistake!
Want to know the #1 thing photographers do every day to kill their wall art sales (you're probably doing it, yourself)? Read on, friend.
This is the first of a series of deep-dive guides into selling your photography. If you're thinking about switching to IPS, look no further!
Is shooting and burning (or shooting and sharing) really serving your clients? Let's discuss the pros and cons of the shoot and burn model.
Here's a quick and easy way to let your client know you're on their side and you have a simple solution to any objections.
I think one of the biggest things that stops a lot of photographers from switching over to In Person Sales from online sales is...
Let's discuss how we structure our packages, the reasons behind those decisions and how this structure leads clients to the package we want.
Laura James is my hero. She’s one of the Case Studies on Preveal’s website and her story is amazing to me…
I was reading this post on Psychology for Photographers when he called me. Again. And I ignored the call. Again.
Applying this one principle to your business will change the way you look at, feel about and “do” sales.
Learn how to turn this common objection to In-Person Sales into one of the biggest benefits for hiring you instead of a shoot-and-burner.
In this challenge you'll build out a list of the photography products your clients will clamor for.
Learn the start-to-finish workflow for selling your work as wall art.
Chris sits down with SmartAlbums Co-Founder, Daniel Usenko, to talk about the value of the printed photo and how SmartAlbums is helping photographers make more money and deliver better service to their clients.
MUSEA founder Michael Howard talks about his podcast series "Prints over Pixels", a 5-month challenge to take 3 studios from Shoot-and-Burn to IPS.