a perfect upsell for every engagement session: the wedding day client magazine

It's the first template of its kind in the Design Aglow shop, and the ultimate upsell: announcing the Wedding Day Client Magazine. With stunning design up front and utter simplicity on the backend, we present you with the ultimate in moneymakers.

We've created this magazine to slide immediately into your current product line and pricing, with the minimum of time and effort. The included professionally written client questionnaire allows for easy, efficient insertion of your clients' answers into the template.

Want to know how to showcase the Wedding Day Client Magazine? Here are some possibilities:

  • Use as an easy upsell for your wedding packages--add to your top-level package as an incentive to upgrade.

  • Keep in your back pocket as a seal-the-deal incentive for client bookings.

  • Offer as a tempting la carte add-on.

  • Market your studio virally for referrals and future clients.

  • Gain hundreds of email addresses via the sign-up link to view your clients' online wedding gallery.

The beauty of the magazine format is that the issue can be delivered digitally--either through download or email--or in print. And with your clients' choice of three logos, all customizable with their initials, the magazine's style is all up to them.

Try the Wedding Day Client Magazine for yourself. We'd love to hear you make the magazine work for your business. *Special thanks to Judy Pak Photography for the lovely sample images.


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