What the pros are saying: Essential Calendar Collection

What the pros are saying: Essential Calendar Collection

Holiday gifts can be a great way to let clients know you appreciate them while also generating business. Simone of Fotografie Simone Lauber shares, "I used the Essential Calendar Collection and created flyers for 2016 with my name and website at the bottom. I printed 1000 pieces and now distribute these in our region for business partners in the wedding industry. I also added a free download on my homepage to generate lots of traffic to my website and I offer my customers a free 2016 calendar with their session. It's an inexpensive, nice giveaway for my clients and a great motivator for them to book a session.

I love the layouts for the calendars. It's so easy to create wonderful things with them and I've received only positive feedback. Some customers said they want to frame the calendar and put it on their desk or shelf."

Thanks for sharing, Simone! We love your approach and are so happy for your success. Enjoy your $75 shopping spree on us~

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