quick and easy online pricing guide for your clients~

Today we have a fun share from Becky of B2 Photography. She writes, "I really wanted to create an online pricing guide that clients could flip through rather than sending them files through email or a paper copy. I used the Sweet Child of Mine Brochure to create a bright and colorful guide for my potential clients and customized the patterns in the guide to match the patterns and colors used in my blog and branding. I host the PDF file on my site and send clients the link to view the document.

It was so easy to alter the product to have it match my brand that it looks like it was made just for me! I love how it makes my job so easy and quick when referring my clients to all the information they need before booking a session, I even customized one for newborn sessions too!" Thanks for the great share, Becky! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate on us~


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