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sell large fine art portraits with style and ease

sell large fine art portraits with style and ease

To emphasize how easy this product is to customize (if at all!) and send off to clients, this product was launched less than a week ago and we already have a fan share! Leesia of Leesia Teh Photography shares, "To be as green as possible, all of my guides are delivered in electronic PDF form unless the client requests paper copies. The Selling A Showpiece Portrait Guide already uses the same font for my other brochures, so all I had to do was add some images and a branding touch with the paw prints on the page of text. I also wanted to show vertical and horizontal pieces, so I combined both the digital copy layout and print layout into the PDF. This guide was a perfect addition to the information my clients receive and it was a cinch to customize the files - this was done and ready to go in less than a day! Anything that helps a client visualize is essential for product sales. Since I work from home and don't show anything in a studio or showroom, I've been looking for a way to show clients relative sizes without having to lug around huge prints and canvases. This is perfect. Within a day of getting this ready, I had a client who lives two hours away ask for sizing help - and I had the perfect guide to send her!"

Thanks so much for sharing Leesia! Your $75 gift certificate to the shop is on its way! Click here to see it in the shop!




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