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Effective Workflow for Higher Album Sales

We’ve found that the best way to ensure our clients go home with their own gorgeous album is to simply show our clients an album in person and let the album speak for itself. Once we hand them our 50 page sample album the first thing they always comment on is the way it feels in their hands. The binding, page thickness, durability and quality of materials used are truly second to none.

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We’ve found that the best way to ensure our clients go home with their own gorgeous album is to simply show our clients an album in person and let the album speak for itself. Once we hand them our 50 page sample album the first thing they always comment on is the way it feels in their hands. The binding, page thickness, durability and quality of materials used are truly second to none.

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What The Pros Are Saying: Heirloom Portfolio Boxes

These photos, this box… My grandchildren will pull these out of the closet one day and say ‘THAT was my grandma!’ Thank you so much for this, Nichole. This will truly become a real family heirloom.” ~ K

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These photos, this box… My grandchildren will pull these out of the closet one day and say ‘THAT was my grandma!’ Thank you so much for this, Nichole. This will truly become a real family heirloom.” ~ K

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8 Ways to Sell An Album to Every Client

Back in the day, wedding albums were the big thing. In fact, they were the only thing. My sister’s wedding album contains her 40 favorite images and…that’s it. No proofs. No negatives. Definitely no cloud storage. Just one leather-bound album with gilded pages and a handful of matted portraits. Needless to say, things have changed a bit. Now, 40 images would be typical for a family portrait session, while wedding clients expect to walk away with hundreds and hundreds of images -- preferably stored on a tiny USB drive, ready to be posted instantly on social media.

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Back in the day, wedding albums were the big thing. In fact, they were the only thing. My sister’s wedding album contains her 40 favorite images and…that’s it. No proofs. No negatives. Definitely no cloud storage. Just one leather-bound album with gilded pages and a handful of matted portraits. Needless to say, things have changed a bit. Now, 40 images would be typical for a family portrait session, while wedding clients expect to walk away with hundreds and hundreds of images -- preferably stored on a tiny USB drive, ready to be posted instantly on social media.

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Experience Luxury Design Aglow Albums

I had been searching to find an album company that simplified the options along with the options being perfect and stunning; finding something that would reflect and fit cohesively with my brand. I was actually thinking I was going to have this album printed by a different company; then Design Aglow announced the launch of their Album Shop.

The moment I saw their gorgeous albums, I couldn't pass it up. I submitted the design to Design Aglow and couldn't have been more pleased.

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I had been searching to find an album company that simplified the options along with the options being perfect and stunning; finding something that would reflect and fit cohesively with my brand. I was actually thinking I was going to have this album printed by a different company; then Design Aglow announced the launch of their Album Shop.

The moment I saw their gorgeous albums, I couldn't pass it up. I submitted the design to Design Aglow and couldn't have been more pleased.

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How to Sell Albums (and increase your studio revenue by $40,000+)

People often say less is more; when it comes to client images, more is most definitely more.

So what do you do for those clients that want it all--the good, the great and even those candid shots they didn’t even realize were captured? Sure, you could simply hand them a thumb drive and send them on their way, but then you’d be cheating them. No one sees those images. No one enjoys those moments. They won’t even stand the test of time, since thumb drives are lost and technology rules out storage devices without constant updating.

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People often say less is more; when it comes to client images, more is most definitely more.

So what do you do for those clients that want it all--the good, the great and even those candid shots they didn’t even realize were captured? Sure, you could simply hand them a thumb drive and send them on their way, but then you’d be cheating them. No one sees those images. No one enjoys those moments. They won’t even stand the test of time, since thumb drives are lost and technology rules out storage devices without constant updating.

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