how do you reach new (and old) clients?

Boudoir, engagement sessions, senior portraits, newborn shoots, weddings. So many photos snapped, so many clients congratulated, so many emails exchanged, so many cups of coffee consumed — and through it all, so many relationships forged over crying babies and crying bridesmaids. And you? You genuinely care about each and every individual who has ever booked a session with you. In fact, you have spent years pouring into these relationships and have literally watched clients’ lives unfold as you shoot their most treasured moments time and time again… from their engagement shoot and wedding to (surprise!) their maternity and newborn sessions, your clients trust you to capture it all. Which begs the question… how do you keep in touch with them? Is Facebook your go-to platform covering all your marketing needs? Are you good about keeping up with your blog? On that note, how do you reach out to brand new clients — if at all — or do you just wait for them to find you? Do you send a custom congratulatory note when the client whose destination wedding you shot last year is celebrating their first anniversary? With so many names and dates to juggle, there is only so much time in the day to create new visual promotions and marketing collateral. We want to help. We want to bridge the gap between your insanely hectic schedule and connecting with your contacts at every opportunity… both those you already have working relationships with, and those you will. To help US help YOU, we have created a marketing survey we’d love for you to check out to help give us some feedback. In return, we will be upping the game on how you connect with your clients….in just minutes each week. Ready? We thought so. Click here to give us feedback! We have something big brewing in the Design Aglow Shop coming this Monday that we know will be a major solution for you in maintaining all your client relationships effortlessly and digitally. As a super sweet bonus, we will be offering an unprecedented 30% off this brand new product, just for those on our email list. Maybe we’re in a good mood because the sun’s out or maybe it’s because we simply love you. Either way, you’re gonna want to be a part of this and start getting more attention for your art. Sign up here to be the first to find out about this new studio success tool and many more to come! You will be glad you did~




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