Increase Your Revenue In 4 Weeks

Increase Your Revenue In 4 Weeks

Do you feel overworked and underpaid?

Does it pain you to deliver digital images...but no album or wall portraits?

Do you believe in tangible products, but don't think your market can support higher priced items?

If you answered "yes" to any of the above, you're not alone and there IS a solution:In-Person Sales. There's no limit to how much more money you can make by providing IPS instead of online sales or shoot & burn. Or how many hours you'll save because you'll be able to shoot fewer sessions to generate the same revenue. Or how many hours of sleep you'll get because you won't be worrying about money.

And...there is a deep agreement among the most successful photographers in our industry that in-person sales WILL transform your business. And your bottom line.

With the Ultimate In-Person Sales Course for Photographers, you can learn (in 4 short weeks) how to get more of your life back by generating more income from fewer session while also providing your clients with timeless, heirloom products they'll treasure forever.

IN-PERSON-SALES-GUIDE

The IPS course really is my highest investment at Design Aglow - and I do not regret it. [It] clearly explains the IPS concept and prepares you for switching from shoot & burn to IPS. This course breaks the big steps into mini steps, so that you do not get lost or get the feeling that you will never make it. Additionally, it contains interviews of photographers who use IPS and describe what works best for their studio as every business and market might have different requirements. The course describes how to handle difficult customers, how to set up your website, how to choose for and purchase samples, etc. Thanks Design Aglow for this course! -- Kristina

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED:

  • 140 pages of actionable content in an easy-to-read presentation
  • Email templates with professional verbiage, simply customize to your liking
  • Smart Worksheets to help you stay on track and rock your IPS strategy
  • IPS Policies that are strong & effective to ensure IPS success

 

JOIN THE THOUSANDS OF PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO ARE SUCCEEDING WITH IPS TODAY.

We know you can do it, so for the next week we're giving you $100 towards making the switch to in-person sales. 

USE CODE: SWITCH100 DURING CHECKOUT and START THE 4-WEEK COURSE HERE.

 




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