boost sales with the portrait studio welcome packet

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Today we have a colorful yet elegant share from Liz of Elizabeth & Jane Photography. She shares how she includes important information at the end of a session in a fun and stylish way, "I used pieces from the Portrait Studio Welcome Packet and one panel of the Studio Newsletters: Comprehensive Collection to create a comprehensive guide for my portrait clients to give to them at the end of their session with me. I love that when I leave a session, my clients have a ton of beautifully designed and printed promo materials to go over. It has really helped to drive my clients to purchase collections, rather than a-la-carte which in the end, has resulted in much higher sales. It includes information and images of the products I offer so even though they have seen them in person, the photographs really help to remind them of which products they love. I also like that I am able to include Studio Policies and copyright information right in the packet so there are no surprises. I am really excited to start adding the printed version of Selling A Showpiece Portrait: A Client Guide so my clients can start to understand the different sizing of canvases and hopefully that will translate to bigger sales!" Thank you for sharing Liz! Your $75 gift certificate to the shop is on its way!


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