Whether you’re a photographer, like me, or a mechanic for a local shop, there are many tasks you can do which can improve a company’s presence. Also, improving a website, you increase the chances of raising revenue for the business.
Negotiating 101…the “Anchor Statement”…what is it.
In context, say you’re trying toBook a bride, portrait etc. and your client really wants to negotiate. Knowing WHAT your anchor statement is, and where your should begin to use it is critical.
Here’s a sales exercise you all can practice and try.
These are examples that I’ve adapted the language to work for the world of photography. The way you make this second nature is to write out 5 different closes to each type of closing statement/question and PRACTICE them.
Once again, our guru Melissa Munding of Melissa Munding Photography comes through with an article that can transform your business TODAY! Are you doing online proofing and wondering why your sales are maybe not as robust as you would like?
Look no further than this article.
This article was posted in the PPOC (Professional Photographers of Canada) Facebook page. And we thought it was a solid reminder of good business practices. It’s a definitive “How NOT To Do Business” article that is very applicable to Photography.
ShutterCliq was started from a VERY cool Facebook Photography Group that engages in some pretty amazing discussions. This one was pretty recent but we thought it was worth sharing.
Facebook’s not just for keeping tabs on friends and filling out quizzes — it can also be used as a highly effective business tool. It’s great for marketing your products, landing gigs and connecting with your customers.