beautiful marketing for children's portrait studios

Marketing for Professional Photographers Today's share comes from Mindy of Mindy Hiatt Photography.  She says, "Using the Sweet Child of Mine - Marketing Set, I created the 8 panel accordion brochure to help market my studio when I added child and family portraits to my services. I was easily able to customize the design, colors, text, and images to be cohesive with my wedding brochure. I also used the business card template to create MOO MiniCards that I now use to enhance my packaging for clients. I fell in love with the design because it is clean and fresh. I could tell clients would be drawn to it because of its use of color and shape. I knew that I would be able to customize the color and text easily but when I purchased the product I have no idea how easily I would be able to change large aspect of the design. I was even able to add and subtract sections of the brochure to make sure it matched my clients needs. I also loved how I could change the size of the business card to create a MOO MiniCard. Next I plan on using the design to create a letterhead, envelope, and price list. When I first showed the brochure to clients they were easily able to recognize it's connection to my studio branding. They also found the large amount of information and images helpful, especially when they were not sure what questions should be asked. It's friendly size encouraged client to take the brochure home with them”¦and even share with friends! Enhancing my packaging has definitely been helpful for repeat business. Clients absolutely melt when I hand them the box and they cannot wait to see what's inside. The mini card with the Sweet Child of Mine design has added a new level of professionalism to my studio and business." Thanks for the great share, Mindy!  Enjoy your $75 shopping spree!


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