The Photographer's Friends & Family Pricing Kit is here!

Are your friends and family members still expecting a few too many freebies and favors? The Photographer’s Friends and Family Kit is our latest instant solution to solving a common business conundrum. If you’re in desperate need of a smart policy to address “Friends and Family” discounts and pricing, then this attractive (but equally powerful) kit was developed just for you!

Mark today on your calendar as the last day you’ll be taken advantage of when doing business with a friends or a family member. Implement our smart discount tier system and use the corresponding price lists to ensure your relationships remain intact...and happy. In fact, our simple three-step Friends and Family pricing system will not only support you in keeping your business sustainable, you’ll still be as generous as ever to the people who matter to you the most. Win, meet win.

Includes:

  • A three-step plan to price Friends and Family Sessions (35 page PDF guide).
  • 12 time-saving email templates customized for weddings, portraits and more general assignments to successfully address “friends and family” clients.
  • Two printableExclusively for Friends and Family” seasonal newsletters to communicate booking availability, guidelines and discounts in a firm (yet friendly) manner.
  • Worksheet for smart scheduling, basic workflow and discount level tracking.

Click here to get The Photographer's Friends & Family Kit with intro pricing ($25 off!) through Wednesday, March 25th @ 11:59 pm PST.

*Special thanks to Alyssa Rosenheck Photography for the lovely images throughout our guide.




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