7 Steps to Making a Great First Impression
Whether it’s on your website or in a directory listing, sharing information online about your photography business is crucial when it comes to putting your best foot forward. Follow the tips below to make sure you’re wowing your prospective clients and making a great first impression.
1. Showcase Multiple Shoots
2. Limit Your Genres
3. Don’t Skimp on Styles
4. Highlight Your Contact Info
5. Bios Should Be Short and Sweet
6. No Distracting Watermarks
7. Include Some, But Not All, Pricing
That first impression could make or break your next client’s decision to contact you and, ultimately, book you as their photographer. So invest some time into making sure all of your online marketing channels are in tip top shape. To boost your online presence, create a profile on Photographer Central – a directory specifically built to showcase photography businesses of every genre – and apply all of these tips to create the ultimate listing. For more information, visit www.photographercentral.com.
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Love these 7 points.. I would add one more to the list though - be appreciative! No matter the setting, this person has dedicated time/energy/resources to benefit you and for that they deserve your gratitude. Thank them in the beginning of the meeting, at the end of the meeting and in your follow up message.
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