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Product Spotlight: The Successful Studio's Email Assistant

Product Spotlight: The Successful Studio's Email Assistant

Do you struggle to conceptualize smart studio policies into written words? Ever wrestle over the best way to approach a touchy subject with a client?

We're not all gifted with the ability to write, but communication is a key factor to any business and you're certainly not alone in your struggles. That's why Design Aglow has partnered with professional photographer and self-proclaimed wordsmith Heather Rivlin to create this extensive collection of 20 professionally crafted business correspondence letters.

This complete catalog of written letters helps you deliver the perfect prose for any situation, while also diplomatically but firmly establishing your business policies. This heads off problems from the very start, helping you avoid a host of common pitfalls. The Studio Assistant has you covered on everything from how to handle price shoppers and habitual re-schedulers, to how to appropriately set the rules for smart studio policies. For a complete list of included correspondence, see Product Details. To learn more about how the Studio Email Assistant can help your photography business, check out the Features and Benefits.

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