The Client Retargeting Kit is here!

The Client Retargeting Kit is here!

Client Retargeting Kit for Photographers

Client Retargeting Kit for Photographers

Client Retargeting Kit for Photographers

Client Retargeting Kit for Photographers

Client Retargeting Kit for Photographers

Client Retargeting Kit for Photographers

Want past clients to book you again? We have everything you need! The new Client Retargeting Kit reminds past clients of the fantastic portrait experience your studio provides and incentivizes them to book their next session right away. The kit is as rich in time-saving potential as it is in beauty, and is 100% customizable.

Take advantage of this small investment to look like a million bucks (and the most impressive, organized studio in town) with a product that – like all Design Aglow products – pays for itself the first time you use it. Show clients how you set the bar high for customer satisfaction by offering a thoughtful client experience. Give your clients the professional, inspiring appeal that keeps them coming back again and again.

Client Retargeting Kit At a Glance:
• "We Missed You" note with key info and reminder to schedule a session today
• Gift card (for $50 off their upcoming session) 
• Set of 3 3x3 magnets (and bonus 4x4 metal magnet versions) to create a thoughtful, custom gift
• 5x7 calendar magnet (includes 3 years: 2016-2018) for another gift option

Click here to get your kit today and save with intro pricing! Introductory pricing ends September 23, 2015 at 11:59pm PST.

Special thanks to Dallas K Photography for the lovely images in our samples.


Example is shown with a 5x7 White Print Box & Charcoal Ribbon from Design Aglow.




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